Here at the Tandem Collective we love working with Independent Presses and we do what we can to support them – Which is why we’re bringing you this amazing showcase event chock full of upcoming releases from all of your favourite Indies! Hosted by the incredible Leena Norms, we’ll have 5 panels from retellings toContinue reading “Tandem x Indie Publishers Showcase”
Author Archives: Pim Wangtechawat
Library Journal Day of Dialog 2023 Panel
For more than two decades, Library Journal’s Day of Dialog has been the most anticipated librarian-only gathering of the year. Now it’s gone digital and is free to attend! The next all-day event is scheduled for May 4 and will feature a close-up look at the biggest forthcoming books for summer/fall 2023. Once again, you’ll hear fromContinue reading “Library Journal Day of Dialog 2023 Panel”
Periods, Prose and Poetry Workshop
In collaboration with non-profit organisation HER, author Pim Wangtechawat hosts a workshop to empower female bodies, minds, and spirits through writing. The workshop is full of activities to help spark your creativity, and create and share works that are fun, experimental, and expressive. An empowering, intimate, and refreshing experience, the workshop reminds us to loveContinue reading “Periods, Prose and Poetry Workshop”
Netflix and 21Laps have optioned Pim Wangtechawat’s forthcoming debut novel ‘The Moon Represents My Heart.”
In advance of the second half of Stranger Things season four premiering tomorrow, The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Netflix and 21 Laps are staying in the supernatural business. As part of the production company’s overall deal with the streamer, the two have optioned The Moon Represents My Heart, the forthcoming debut novel from Pim Wangtechawat, in a competitive situation and willContinue reading “Netflix and 21Laps have optioned Pim Wangtechawat’s forthcoming debut novel ‘The Moon Represents My Heart.””
Book Launch “Belittled Citizens: The Cultural Politics of Childhood on Bangkok’s Margins”
I feel so honoured to be invited by SEA JUNCTION (South East Asia Junction) to speak about Thai childhood at the book launch for Giuseppe Bolotta’s BELITTLED CITIZENS: THE CULTURAL POLITICS OF CHILDHOOD ON BANGKOK’S MARGINS on 28th December, 2021. I had the pleasure of reviewing this book for the Mekong Review, and got to interviewContinue reading “Book Launch “Belittled Citizens: The Cultural Politics of Childhood on Bangkok’s Margins””
(ข้อมูลภาษาไทยอยู่ด้านล่าง) Mentoring sessions are led by the mentee’s preferences. During our first session, we will discuss how the mentee would like to utilise this mentorship program, and all the following sessions will be planned accordingly. Workload will also be adjusted to fit the mentee’s schedule. The sessions might look like this: SESSION 1 (60 minutes) FreeContinue reading “Mentoring Sessions”
Free Mentorship Program for Young Thai Writers
(ข้อมูลภาษาไทยด้านล่าง) This mentorship program provides: 10 one-on-one mentoring sessions (1 hour each) either in person or through Zoom in Thai and/or English FREE of charge! — there is no need to feel pressured or intimidated. Sessions are conducted in a friendly and collaborative manner, with the aim of empowering and educating young Thais to pursueContinue reading “Free Mentorship Program for Young Thai Writers”
The Union’s RAISE YOUR VOICE Contest
I’m so proud and excited to be asked by the amazing students behind THE UNION (Thailand’s first interscholastic, student-run newspaper) to be a judge for their RAISE YOUR VOICE contest!
Signing with Literary Agent Liza DeBlock of Mushens Entertainment
I’m so excited to join the growing force that is Mushens Entertainment as we work to bring my debut novel “The Moon Represents My Heart” into the world!
“I’d no idea hearts could take in so many”: Revisiting ‘Little Women’ As An Adult
Some books you love as a child you forget with time. But some grow with you.