K.M.Kaung started writing fiction as a teenager in Burma.
Dr. Kaung holds a doctorate in Political Economy from the University of Pennsylvania.
Her work has been previously published in anthologies and literary journals, and she has read widely in universities and bookstores in N. America and Southeast Asia. From 1997-2001 she had a poetry and political commentary program on air, broadcast to Burma/Myanmar. Edward Albee praised her two act play, Shaman, and she has won Pew, Fulbright and Pennsylvania Council on the Arts grants.
and at Kyi Kaung@kyikaung on Twitter.
The Lovers has vivid local color while traversing the uneasy life of political asylees. The Lovers, print edition
The Lovers, Kindle edition
2. Black Rice is a Burmese man with very dark skin, almost purple, and almond eyes. He is captured in an ambush in Burma's delta in 1947, as ethnic strife rages. K.M. Kaung takes you on a heart stopping journey.
Black Rice, Kindle Edition
4. Dancing like a Peacock and Koel Bird
A seven year old girl is sent off across the border to earn a living and send money home to Burma.
Dancing like a Peacock & Koel Bird, also includes Little Transparent Fetus Buddha.
Print (soft cover) + Kindle editions
My novella FGM is now available on Kindle--http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KJ3FUOE
there is also a print edition on the CreateSpace/Amazon store.
No Crib for a Bed, print edition