7 Mar 2022
Verita Sriratana on why we should study literature in the age of capitalist "productivity," and how literature can, at a time of human rights crises, empower us to be the change we want to see.
16 Oct 2021
Writer Suchart Sawatsri filed a lawsuit on Thursday (14 October) against the National Culture Commission (NCC) and the Ministry of Culture for stripping him of his national artist status, reportedly due to social media posts he made about the monarchy
14 Sep 2021
Writer and former senator Wimon Chiamcharoen, best known under her pen name Thommayanti, passed away yesterday (13 September) at the age of 85.
10 Mar 2021
titled “The Pandemic, (Necro)Politics and Literature” with Arundhati Roy on 20 February
25 Oct 2019
Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University, in collaboration with the Embassy of Canada in Bangkok, cordially invites you to attend a public lecture and reading by Canadian Governor General’s award-winning indigenous writer, Darrel J. McLeod.
8 Oct 2019
Anna Lawattanatrakul interviews Verita Sriratana, lecturer at the Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University, and a recipient of the Gratias Agit Award, about the importance of literature, what Thailand can learn from Central Europe, and how to find hope in dark times.
4 Jul 2017
The 1932 Siamese Revolution was heralded in part by stories, novels and and writing groups. The ideals of the People’s Party were nothing new, compared to movements that had already taken place in the literary field.
16 May 2016
Harit Mahaton, a man accused of sedition and lèse majesté -- very serious crimes that could land him in prison for decades -- has a distinct character. He has great interest in literature because, to him, it is a form of freedom.