Book Club | ‘Breakfast in Cambodia’

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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, you can purchase an eCopy of Breakfast in Cambodia. Here is a link: https://designkompany.gumroad.com/l/villagereport


 

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A conversation salon, set to take place in a relaxing, quiet space in Phnom Penh. Max 4.

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Cojournal is a weekly project that I sometimes make ‘live.’ I have about ten years’ worth of writing prompts, which I curate for the project based on what comes up for applicants. We talk. We talk together. We relax and connect. Sometimes it is very good. Sometimes we are quiet. Both ways are fine; it’s an ambient connectivity.

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