#atozchallenge: New short story published

I am delighted to announce that the third short story I have ever written, entitled LOST AND FOUND, was selected for publication in the May 2016 issue of Eastlit. Interestingly, my short story was categorised as creative non-fiction. Hope you enjoy reading it.

Eastlit May 2016 Cover Picture: Apocalypse by Graham Lawrence. Cover design by Graham Lawrence. Copyright photographer, Eastlit and Graham Lawrence.

Launched on October 26th 2012, Eastlit is an electronic English Literature Journal focused on creative writing, English literature and art specifically from or connected to East and South East Asia.

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You can read my short story by clicking here. You can also click on the following screenshot to read it:

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About khorhmin

Khor Hui Min thinks of life as a continuous learning process and believes in a healthy balance in work and life. She is a freelance writer, who is active in publishing poems and short stories. She moonlights as a facepainter for the Malaysian Nature Society, and also enjoys creating and carving pottery. She has a Bachelor of Computer Science and Master of Science (Environmental Science). You can read more of her writing at https://projectprose.wordpress.com/ and https://huiminskitchen.wordpress.com/
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2 Responses to #atozchallenge: New short story published

  1. Kat says:

    I read your story, absolutely loved it! I had eaten dim sum at a coffee shop at Concubine’s Lane in Ipoh before..I didn’t know it was called Concubine’s Lane until I read your story because my dad kept saying “second wife’s lane” 😉

    • khorhmin says:

      Yep. That’s the one. I was inspired to write a story located in that place because my dad has drawn many paintings of that lane. People can’t seem to get enough of it.

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