Romi Grossberg


Romi Grossberg is an Australian-born writer who spent more than three years living in Phnom Penh, where she was the manager of the only hip-hop centre in the country that worked with disadvantaged children and young people. In 2013, Romi moved to Thailand to write about her work and experience of the hip-hop underworld in Cambodia. She has had short stories published in Hong Kong and in various magazines across Asia, including FAHTHAI and What’s up Phnom Penh. She is a writer for Travelfish.


Climbing the walls

MemoirWE PULL UP outside the Centre. The dust resettles on the path, I pay my driver two dollars and slide my helmet off. Sweat trickles down my back as I pull my hair off my neck and tie it...

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