Malaysian storytellers add gritty KL tales to regional digital story festival


Dive deep into the insidious underbelly of the big city with KL Noir: Magic – Storytelling Series, featuring seven bite-sized tales from the KL Noir anthology.

Adapted from Malaysian indie publisher Buku Fixi’s KL Noir: Magic, this digital series is part of Singapore’s storytelling festival StoryFest 2021, which will stream (for free) on the festival’s Youtube channel from June 20 till July 11.

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