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Ted Mahsun works as a technical writer at a global software solutions company in Kuala Lumpur. Basically he's just a glorified manual writer but the job covers the bills and his colleagues treat him well.
He has had book reviews published in The Star, Malaysia's most widely read daily newspaper, and has also had a travelogue essay published in Travelscapes: Alternative Journeys (Suarasuara, 2013).
Most of the time though, you'll find him occupied with writing speculative fiction, one of his first loves (he also loves old video games and old air-cooled Volkswagens). Some of his short stories are self-published, but he has also found success with publishing in more traditional venues as well, such as having stories featured in Griffith Review: New Asia Now and several Fixi Novo anthologies. For more information on his fiction, visit the Author's Fiction page.
He is currently busy with several writing projects, some of which he hopes to be able to share with you soon.
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