Muthu remembered the weariness and nausea. Stumbling, he had just managed to drag himself to the cement kerb before he blacked out.
As awareness returned, he saw that it was dark. His hand-cart was propped against the streetlight. The road was deserted. The squat shapes of the docks and warehouses, fronting the road made it eerie. The smell of the sea and rotting fish hung in the air. He struggled up and hitched the thick coir ropes across his chest, straining hard. He did not
Asia-Pacific Writers supports S.E.A.Write Festival 2012
Asia-Pacific Writers (AP Writers) will hold its inaugural gathering in Bangkok, Thailand, 5-9 November 2012, to dovetail with this year’s Southeast Asian Writers’ (S.E.A.Write) Festival and Gala Awards.
AP Writers (http://www.apwriters.com) is working with the S.E.A.Write Organising Committee to bring together the 2012 S.E.A. Write award winners with translators, festival directors from around the world, publishing