Prabda Yoon was born in Bangkok in 1973. At the age of 14, he went to the U.S.A. for his studies and remained there for 11 years.

Prabda received his BFA from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Art and Science, New York City, in 1997, and returned to Thailand the following year.

Since 1999, Prabda has been working prolifically as a writer. He has written regularly for several leading Thai-language magazines. His first short-story collection entitled 'Muang Moom Chak' ("City of Right Angles") was an immediate bestseller and was widely praised as an innovative work that brought a new flavour to the Thai literary scene.

'Kwam Na Ja Pen' ("Probability"), his second short story collection, for which he won the 2002 S.E.A. Write Award, Prabda has also published, in the past two years, three more collections. Two books of essays, one of film criticism, and a film script.

Mewakili Thailand dalam Pertemuan Penulis Asia Tenggara Kuala Lumpur 2001