Here is my column this month, in Saathee.

 

Trust the Process

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Trust the Process

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It’s nice to be writing a column, Kismuth & The Way II, for Saathee Magazine. The first series ran for a time and then the pandemic hit. I resumed the column this year, to gather a few new pieces, mostly tiny vignettes about everyday life in Cambodia. Where I live. It’s a long story.

More about that, soon.

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Writing a column again

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To more conversations of the shape that makes us feel more interconnected, then, for 2024! Happy New Year.

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‘Wherever you go, there you are’

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Zines

These days I’m making small format zines. A5.

I’m publishing them here where I live and distributing them, too, through a local cafe outlet. This is new for me since most of the work from the Atelier S P A C E teams was online work. We collaborated in the cloud. We published there, too. Conversing and talking and connecting and making zines. A new issue, every week.

The new projects are coming into shape for winter. One is the series, Winter 2023/24, ‘An Ecology of the Moment’.

This issue, ‘If we don’t know each other,’ is one of them.

The beginning of that story is online. It’s at dipikakohli.com/if-we-don’t-know-each-other

Checkit!

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An Ecology of the Moment

Atelier S P A C E | Virtual

Be part of the S P A C E-making editorial conversation. It’s fun, light, and informal. See how it all works, in real-time, interactive, hands-on zinemaking sessions. Choose any three Tuesdays in December or January to be part of making the series, S P A C E | Winter 2023/24 collection.

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Jump the Fork

Book reading. In person in Phnom Penh. Tickets are USD15 and come with the eBook, Jump the Fork. 

This event will take place on December 2, 4, 8, and 20. Rotating venues in BKK1, TTP, TK, Koh Pich, and BKK3.

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


 

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