Stemmah Sariau from Sabah, East Malaysia, was a tireless trainer of writers, translators and editors in Malaysia. Even though she was nursing a bad cough, in early November she came to LittWorld 2015 in Singapore, because she was passionate about her calling and wanted every opportunity to hone her skills. Less than a week after
Malaysian writer Evelyn Tan Hwee Yong was doing her devotions in a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur recently—reflecting on the challenges facing Christians in her country—when suddenly an idea came for an article. Her creative Christmas meditation follows. Imagining myself a tired snowy owl, I flew to one of the benches in a sparkly shopping mall
We are delighted to share with you the first submission to the LittWorld 2012 writing contest. Weathering the Storm By Stemmah Sariau, Malaysia “Rain or shine, we have to harvest the rice,” my mother sternly admonished us. “We don’t need to wait for the sun to smile on us.” Christian publishing in my country, especially
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