BooksActually is proud to present the launch of two new Math Paper Press titles: Afterimage by Werner Kho, and The Woman Who Turned Into A Vending Machine by Natalie Wang.
Werner Kho is currently a student at LASALLE College of the Arts reading Arts Management. His work has been featured in Softblow and QLRS and anthologies such as In Transit and We Contain Multitudes: Twelve Years of Softblow.
As a child, Natalie was often held up by proud adults as the exemplary student for always having her head buried in books. Pride changed to concern over the years as she stayed with her fairytales, whilst studiously avoiding the newspapers, The Economist, and all things to do with fact. These concerns were eventually displaced when she gave up all literary callings for the more combative but equally useless pursuits of debating and Sociology, but she has never forgotten the monsters and fairies she read about as a child. This collection of poems is a tribute to them. You can find more of her writing on natwangthecat.wordpress.com
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DATE AND TIME
28 Jul 2018, 7pm–8pm