Websites: Shoto Press, Jai Sen's journal
Bio: Jai Sen is the author of The Malay Mysteries series of books, including the Eisner-nominated, Xeric Award-winning Garlands of Moonlight. Subsequent books in the series include The Ghost of Silver Cliff, Island of Glass and Ashes, and the newly published fourth book in the series, Sita's Shadow and Other Stories. Jai also wrote the critically-acclaimed graphic novel The Golden Vine, an epic alternate history of the empire of Alexander the Great described by Out Magazine as "one of the most beautiful books published in 2003."
Jai grew up in India and Indonesia, and is mostly based in New York. His current projects include a graphic novel set in London in the 1930s, continuing work on The Malay Mysteries, and a new story he is developing that takes place in India.
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