This collection of fiction and non-fiction stories carries the reader to Malta and Brazil, China and North Korea, Serbia and the undersea world. Even to the future.
Victor Robert Lee writes on the Asia-Pacific region and is the author of the literary espionage novel Performance Anomalies, described by The Japan Times as “a thoroughly original work of fiction” and by Singapore's Best of Talking Books as "un-put-down-able." His reporting from the South China Sea and other parts of Asia can be found in The Diplomat and elsewhere. His reporting has been cited by The Guardian, BBC News, CNN, The Economist, Mainichi Shimbun, The Singapore Straits Times, Asahi Shimbun, Bloomberg View, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Week, National Geographic and other media, and in hearings of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. Victor Robert Lee writes under a pen name to avoid being denied travel visas by authoritarian governments.
Read the first short story in Victor Robert Lee's Cortical Fields here.