Zen Cho was born and raised in Malaysia and now lives in London. She was a finalist for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer for her short fiction and recently won the Crawford Award. She is the author of the Sorcerer Royal trilogy, which begins with her debut novel, Sorcerer to the Crown.
RT @MyWomensArt: Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Maaf Zahir dan Batin. Circa 1920s postcard of an unnamed artist weaving a sarong. https://t.…
by @zenaldehyde - 7 hours ago
RT @lavietidhar: I was very intrigued to hear @zenaldehyde 's idea of Commonwealth Fantasy, which I immediately decided to reference as Bly…
by @zenaldehyde - 9 hours ago
@lavietidhar I laughed but I also object strenuously to this
@lennan6 that's a good way to approach it!
by @zenaldehyde - 22 hours ago
Recipe: Fake posh seafood spaghetti - 3 months ago
I usually have a pretty good idea of how tasty something I’m making will turn out to be, but this took me aback with how well it turned out. It was totally beyond expectations and also pretends to be fancy, even though it’s essentially a store cupboard recipe. It’d be a good one to serve […]
What I’m up to in 2017: appearances up to July - 3 months ago
Despite this update I’m not actually hiding in my room working on my novel for the whole of this year! Here’s a bunch of appearances I’ll be doing in the coming months: London Book Fair (14-16 March) I’ll be hanging around at the Fixi London booth at London Book Fair this year — konon being […]
Being an itemised list of disagreements - 4 months ago
This is a post inspired by Likhain‘s Letter to Apex Editors Re: The Intersectional SFF Roundtable.1 CONTENTS Introduction: Why I am making this post The facts as I saw them: An account of various encounters, direct and indirect, with RH/BS and her associates Commentary: Speaking of opinions … Conclusion Footnotes INTRODUCTION: Why I am making […]
Never enough for both - 4 months ago
I was thinking this morning about what it must be like to be my husband: a white English person who has never had his right to be in the country of his birth questioned. Within living memory, his family has probably never asked themselves: what happens if this country becomes no longer safe for us? […]
An update - 5 months ago
Just a brief post to say Happy New Year and apologise for the radio silence here! I’ve been travelling, as you’ll have seen if you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, and I’ve also been working on my book. This is a follow-up to Sorcerer to the Crown and it’s not going to be out […]
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