July 31, 2016
Here’s an interview I did with Sarah Fallon at READ WRITE THINK REPEAT. We talked about Portable Curiosities, working with illustrators, and my exciting new project with Math Paper Press: BooksActually’s Gold Standard. Sarah also recently wrote an article for Overland: What does everyone have against speculative fiction?. In it, she discusses ‘The Sister Company’, one of the stories in Portable Curiosities.
July 18, 2016
Portable Curiosities is bestseller of the week at Kinokuniya Sydney, and the third bestselling title of the month! It’s also a Kinokuniya favourite:
July 14, 2016
An interview I did with Doug Wallen for The Guardian Australia. Also, Portable Curiosities got a mention from Leigh Sales and Annabel Crabb on Episode 37 of their podcast Chat 10 Looks 3.
April 9, 2016
Very excited to have a short story in HEAT. HEAT is one of three new anthologies – HEAT, FLESH & TRASH – from cult Malaysian publisher, Fixi Novo, showcasing Southeast Asian urban fiction. Edited by Khairani Barokka and Ng Yi-Sheng, HEAT also features stories by Gabriela Lee, Zed Adam Idris, Vina Jie-Min Prasad, Rewat Panpipat (translated by Marcel Barang), […]
An advance review is in for Portable Curiosities: 4.5 stars in Books + Publishing. ‘Armed with an uncanny ability to capture the zeitgeist of the time—whether it be contemporary society’s obsession with foodie culture or institutionalised racism and misogyny—Australian writer Julie Koh’s darkly satirical and convulsively funny short-story collection Portable Curiosities is as unsettling as it is edifying.’ […]