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Agnes
Ong

Agnes Ong is a freelance writer who writes for small businesses when she’s not writing fiction. Coping with an unknown nerve condition all her life, she finds solace, escape and revelation through writing. She hopes that her works of fiction will console, excite, delight and inspire others to live beyond their limitations. Her short stories have been published in Love in Penang, an anthology of short stories by Fixi Novo; Amok: An Anthology of Asia-Pacific Speculative Fiction; and Rambutan Literary, an online and digital literary and arts magazine dedicated to showcasing Southeast Asian literature and art.

Agnes Ong is a freelance writer who writes for small businesses when she’s not writing fiction. Coping with an unknown nerve condition all her life, she finds solace, escape and revelation through writing. She hopes that her works of fiction will console, excite, delight and inspire others to live beyond their limitations. Her short stories have been published in Love in Penang, an anthology of short stories by Fixi Novo; Amok: An Anthology of Asia-Pacific Speculative Fiction; and Rambutan Literary, an online and digital literary and arts magazine dedicated to showcasing Southeast Asian literature and art.

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