Mithran Somasundrum | The Sun Magazine

Mithran Somasundrum

Mithran Somasundrum was born in Sri Lanka but grew up in London, England. He currently resides in Bangkok, Thailand, where he works in a university electrochemistry lab. His short stories have recently appeared in Inkwell, Natural Bridge, and Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine.

— From June 2005

The View From Here

Later, I didn’t listen to the radio as much. There was less music and more announcements. Again they began to use the insect words to refer to us. My father used to say, “When they no longer speak of you as people, it means they can kill you.”

June 2005
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