Kyi May Kaung’s “Black Belt”

Toe Winn Latt was General Bright Sun’s son-in-law.  Seinn, Toe’s wife, was the General’s favorite daughter.  She had a degree in geology from Shanghai Normal University, and I guess that helped her with her job in the export sector and at the annual government gem emporium.  The General liked gemologists and gems.

Kyi May Kaung is originally from Burma.  Kyi was at the same conference, “Sending Signals,” sponsored by the House of World Cultures in Berlin, where self met the writer Linh Dinh.

Her story, “Black Belt,” is just out from Himal South Asia Magazine.


1 Comment

  1. August 5, 2012 at 11:22 am

    Thank you, Marianne.

    My partners in confrontational fiction/literature.

    Remember we were invited “off the web” as writers who “dare to confront.”


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