I’ve published a few stories so far:
In The Tigers of Bengal, a gang of Indian convicts hunt a ghoulish tiger in 1840s Singapore. The youngest among them must decide what sort of man he wants to be.
Tigers was nominated for the Pushcart Prize and got reprinted in Best New Singaporean Short Stories Vol. 3. Read it there, or in Lontar: The Journal of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction Vol. 7.
Sejarah Larangan; or, The Forbidden History of Old Singapura recasts the myth of Singapore’s founding into a tale of were-tigers, court intrigue and magic-realpolitik in the Malay Archipelago. Read that in Lontar Vol. 10.
In The Water Kings, dynastic family politics meets waterlogged horror: a shipping magnate's son inherits a fortune when his father dies. But he's also inherited a family sin, and now a ravenous debt must be paid.
The LA Review of Books called it "a standout". This Is Horror called it “gorgeously written” and "a true highlight”, and Ellen Datlow gave it honourable mention in her list of 2017’s best horror stories. Read that in the Shirley Jackson-winning anthology Shadows and Tall Trees 7.