These are the next opportunities.

Book Club | ‘Breakfast in Cambodia’


'Her writing is almost poetic.' -Reviewer on Amazon Kindle Join a virtual conversation to meet other writers/readers, and share your questions and comments about Kismuth's books. October's Book Club selection is Dipika Kohli's Breakfast in Cambodia, which is set in Phnom Penh.  We'll discuss it for 40 minutes in a Zoom voice call. To book your spot, […]


4 November | The Mirror


An 8- or 12-week asynchronous reflection workshop, for those who may be on the road or stopping by Phnom Penh.

USD160 – USD225

15-18 November | Kismuth Writers’ Residency

Kismuth invites up to 4 people who are interested in engaging in the creative process to join us in Phnom Penh for a conversation-led residency. You'll have the chance to focus on a project of your own design in a structured 3-day experiential learning framework. It is designed and hosted by Dipika Kohli. Discover new […]