Matahari Books - Titles

Titles

Non-fiction titles:

  • Malaysian Politicians Say the Darndest Things (Vol 1) (2007) compiled by Amir Muhammad with illustrations by Shahril Nizam.
  • New Malaysian Essays 1 (2008) edited by Amir Muhammad.
  • New Malaysian Essays 2 (2009) edited by Amir Muhammad.
  • New Malaysian Essays 3 (2010) edited by Yin Shao Loong
  • Malaysian Politicians Say the Darndest Things (Vol 2) (2008) compiled by Amir Muhammad with artwork by Fahmi Reza
  • The Malaysian Book of the Undead (2008) by Danny Lim
  • Kitab Pengetahuan Hantu Malaysia (2008) by Danny Lim (translated by Ahmad Kamal Abu Bakar)
  • Taxi Tales on a Crooked Bridge (2009) by Charlene Rajendran
  • Yasmin Ahmad's Films (2009) by Amir Muhammad
  • What Your Teacher Didn't Tell You (The Annexe Lectures, Vol 1.) (2009) by Farish A. Noor
  • 120 Malay Movies (2010) by Amir Muhammad.
  • Islam in Malaysia: Perceptions & Facts (2010) by Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin

Mixed anthologies:

  • Body 2 Body: A Malaysian Queer Anthology (2009) edited by Jerome Kugan and Pang Khee Teik
  • Orang Macam Kita edited by Azwan Ismail and Diana Dirani

Screenplay books:

  • KAMI the Movie (2008)
  • ESTET (2009)
  • Pisau Cukur (2009)

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