On The Last Days Of Politicians

‘Censorship, in any form, is an evil beast.  Not only does it steal a writer of their words, it deprives a reader of the writer.  Sayar Lay Ko Tin is one of those writers who Myanmar has the sad legacy of silencing more than most countries.  And by that I mean not just the decades of poetry, stories and articles that have come from him, but the man himself.’

My thoughts on a book launch from writer Sayar Lay Ko Tin in Yangon.  Originally posted on Kitaab.  Read the rest here.

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