Nine Cuts



Shortlisted For The Singapore Literature Prize 2016 For English FictionAudrey Chin Writes To Share Her World, Imaginary And Otherwise In This Anthology, She Offers The Beating Hearts Of A Cannibal Picking Up A Ghoul At Tekka Market, A Vietnamese American Grieving In Alaska, An HDB Cleaner S Love For Her Brother And His 4D Predicting Dragon Fish, A District 10 Teenager Coming To Grips With Her Catholic Grandfather S Legacy Poignant Slices Of Heart Tender, Done And Spoiled.Nine Cuts

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  • Paperback
  • 102 pages
  • Nine Cuts
  • Audrey Chin
  • English
  • 02 December 2018

10 thoughts on “Nine Cuts

  1. says:

    A slim and beautifully designed and laid out book of nine short stories published by Math Paper Press These tales at first glance may seem disparate the opening piece features a fated encounter between a cannibal and a ghoul in hazy Singapore only Audrey could pull this off these other worldly types who exist invisibly amongst us, at once seem very real and intriguing The unlikely meeting seems the beginning of a much longer and intense piece of work and this short piece leaves the reade A slim and beautifully designed and laid out book of nine short stories published by Math Paper Press These tales at first glance may seem disparate the opening piece features a fated encounter between a cannibal and a ghoul in hazy Singapore only Audrey could pull this off these other worldly types who exist invisibly amongst us, at once seem very real and intriguing The unlikely meeting seems the beginning of a much longer and intense piece of work and this short piece leaves the reader longing to knowThe other eight tales are grounded in reality around the world but also featuring unusual couplings, marginalised peoples,pained and misunderstood relations in families and the ties that bind us Some pieces call the reader to reflect on how characters are perceived externally and who is watching who, how judgements are made, what is real and what is not One reads with voyeuristic glee in some pieces at the...

  2. says:

    I didn t hate this book but I also didn t love it Most of the stories are either sad or a bit spooky, which obviously makes sense when you take into consideration what the title of the anthology is and the cover art It definitely helps to understand or relate to the storiesif you understand the cultural context in which they come from, that is to say, ...

  3. says:

    The Dragon Fish was my favourite and it made me laugh The Hit, A Lover of Story, The Watcher are also particularly memorable Would love to see these made into short films They were peculiar, surprising, bold, and utterly refreshing I reckon I have a love for extremities...

  4. says:

    Yow These stories are sharp, sad, and often hilarious There s a lot of heart here, and I really want to read Audrey ChinAlso yay for butch hawkers trying to hang out with trans lady sex workers.

  5. says:

    Brief and effective short stories Very well constructed snapshots, like instat photos, showing scenes of Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, the US and the Netherlands The author does a fantastic job of revealing very slowly, almost cryptically, what is happenning in the story It is like randomly solving a puzzle When in the end the whole...

  6. says:

    4.5 STARS.

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