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Prabda Yoon

A portrait of Thai writer Prabda Yoon.
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Prabda Yoon

Prabda Yoon gained prominence as the writer who popularized postmodern narrative techniques in contemporary Thai literature. He is the author of multiple short story collections, novels, and screenplays and has translated The Catcher in the Rye, A Clockwork Orange, and Lolita into Thai. His short-story collection Kwam Na Ja Pen won the S.E.A. Write Award in 2002. He recently wrote and directed his first film, Motel Mist, which was screened at the International Film Festival Rotterdam earlier this year. Tilted Axis Press published the first book-length English translation of his work, the story collections The Sad Part Was in 2017 and Moving Parts in 2018.

Articles by Prabda Yoon

Belly Up
By Prabda Yoon
'Mantique thought today at sunrise would be a good time to kill herself.
Translated from Thai by Mui Poopoksakul
Ei Ploang
By Prabda Yoon
People I’ve told about him all thought that Ei Ploang was my imaginary friend.
Translated from Thai by Mui Poopoksakul
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