Mark Bibby Jackson’s debut Cambodia novel To Cook A Spider has received international recognition at the prestigious 2016 Gourmand Word Cookbook Awards. The competition’s jury announced that To Cook A Spider was the national winner for Cambodia in the categories of Best Self-Published Book and Best Asian Cuisine Book, on January 10.
Ladies and Gentlemen it comes as a great pleasure to address you tonight at this most wondrous occasion. I do hope you agree that our hosts, the Duke and Duchess of Wellmeaningminster, have put on a quite spectacular bash. First, I would like to assure you that – despite what you may have heard in […]
I guess I was bored. In retrospect that’s the only explanation I can find for my subsequent behaviour. That or my permanently unclipped wings. George had just received the kind of offer men seem incapable of refusing. I know that because he’d told me so over a glass of champagne in Kettners. “Darling, I really […]
What would you do if you had unlimited wealth and how would you deal with the knowledge that this fortune is founded on murder? These are the questions raised in Always, a novella by Mark Bibby Jackson which will be launched at the Latin Quarter in Phnom Penh on April 23. A man lives out the last week […]