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About the Author: Benjamin Law

Benjamin Law is a Brisbane-based freelance writer. He is a senior contributor to frankie magazine and has also written for The Monthly, The Courier Mail, Qweekend, Sunday Life, Cleo, Crikey, The Big Issue, New Matilda, Kill Your Darlings, ABC Unleashed and the Australian Associated Press.

His essays have been anthologised in Growing Up Asian in Australia, The Best Australian Essays 2008, The Best Australian Essays 2009 and the forthcoming Voracious: New Australian Food Writing.

The Family Law (2010) is his debut book, and is published by Black Inc. Books. A French edition will be published by Belfond in 2012. The TV rights have been sold to Matchbox Pictures.

He’s currently working on his second book, a collection of non-fiction looking at queer people and communities throughout Asia. It has the working title of Gaysia.

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Paperback, Published in Mar 2014 by Nero Books/Penguin

ISBN10: 1863956638 | ISBN13: 9781863956635

'One day you will regret not calling Mummy and then you will die of guilt.'

Behind every successful Asian person is an Asian mother – often screaming and issuing threats. Now their ancient wisdom is captured in this book. Read it to understand your own Asian mother better and lead a long, happy life, free of under-achievement, cancer, AIDS and unwanted pregnancy.

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