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  1. History for Nation Building

    By Asma Abdullah, Halimah Mohd Said, Kalaivani Nadarajah, Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja
    History for Nation Building must represent the collective desire of protagonists, antagonists, individual and groups to put forward a historical narrative that takes into account the contributions of all who call Malaya it's their home and love it so much we dare speak the truth. Each Malaysian community mus henceforth see that in each history textbook there is a record of their community's contribution to nation building.
    MYR30.00
  2. Silverfish New Writing 1

    Edited by Amir Muhammad. It was the end of September 2000. What was the state of English writing in Malaysia?
    MYR30.00
  3. Faultlines

    By Chin Ai-May, Jenng Ng, Shazra Aishath, Shazwani Abdul Kabur, Tan Yet Mee, Teja Salehuddin
    In this volume are six new writers (five from Malaysia, and one from the Maldives), from different Silverfish Writing Programmes, who not only show signs of talent but, more importantly, stamina.
    MYR36.00
  4. A Call to Travel : Muslim Odysseys

    By Rumaizah Abu Bakar

    The delicate sensibility of these stories endows them with a gentle honesty.
    -- Colin Thubron, award-winning travel writer and novelist --

    The stories are delightful shapes of time that leaves an impression that life is very real yet elusive, shifting between transience and permanence. The reader can choose to observe and ponder, or travel and disappear in the stories.
    -- Isa Kamari, novelist, essayist, musician and playwright --

    MYR36.00
  5. Bunga Emas (Second Edition)

    By T Wignesan
    Bunga Emas and Tracks of a Tramp first appeared over half a century ago, in the period after Merdeka, the Malayan Independence in 1957, when the nation, still a fledgling, had so much hope and promise. Malaysia Day, 1963, was just round the corner.
    MYR36.00
  6. The Ruined Nest and Other Stories

    By Rabindranath Tagore
    This is a collection of Rabindranath Tagore's short stories, edited and translated by Mohammad A. Quayum.
    MYR36.00
  7. The Sum of Our Follies

    By Shih-Li Kow
    Shih-Li Kow is a Malaysian writing sensation who came to light with her first book of short stories, Ripples and other stories, in 2009, which was immediately shortlisted for the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award that year, beating Ali Smith and Kazuo Ishiguro to the list.

    Shih-Li Kow's new novel has won a top French literary award in 2018. The prize is called the "Prix du Premier Roman ├ętranger", which literally translates as "First Novel Award, in the foreign category".

    The Sum of Our Follies has been currently translated to Italian and French. More inquiries are pouring in.
    MYR36.00
  8. Anakara House

    In his second book, Matthew Thomas regales us with a diasporic odyssey, complete with the intrigues, guilt, machinations and expectations experienced by uprooted communities seeking to establish themselves in new and not always hospitable surroundings.
    MYR36.00
  9. Bayu (Wind)

    By Rozlan Mohd Noor
    Encik, how shall I address you? The line goes quiet as TJ considers the question. He remembers the breeze as he lay on the beach cooking up this scheme.
    MYR36.00
  10. A Song of the Wind

    By Isa Kamari
    I recall the day our family moved to Kampung Tawakal in 1967. We were living in a room with my aunt in Kampung Tekad, an adjacent village, before that. We had become a family of six by then - Father, Mother, two younger sisters and a brother - and we needed more room.
    MYR36.00
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