Christopher G. Moore Updates: 9 February 2015

Dear Readers,

Last month I went along to the Jaipur Literary Festival. I've put my thought of that event along with my wanderings around the streets of Jaipur into an essay. Drinking from a Silver Urn can be found here: http://cgmoore.com/blog/

My 4th collection of essays titled The Age of Disconsent is in the bookstore and available as an ebook on kindle, smashword and kobo.

Advance Praise for The Age of Disconsent

“This delectable potpourri of essays uncommonly fuses Thai politics and society with literary strands and broader reflections on crime, culture and violence. Readers will find the book accessible in parts or as a whole, as it traverses a rare and eclectic range of genres.”
—Thitinan Pongsudhirak, leading political analyst and professor at Chulalongkorn University.

“At one level, Moore’s book is a sober guide through the labyrinth of madness that is present-day Thailand. At a deeper level, it is an intelligent deconstruction of the world’s nameless chaos through a close reading of culture, law, crime, digital revolution, and other invisible forces in whose grip we have no choice but to endure.”
—Kong Rithdee, prominent political columnist

Keep reading.

Best wishes,
Christopher

   
 

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