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Singapore Poetry in Brooklyn

Singapore Poetry will have a table at the Brooklyn Book Festival for the second year running. To be held this Sunday, September 21, the Festival is touted to be “the largest free literary event in New York City,” according to

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Singapore Poetry in Brooklyn

Singapore Poetry will have a table at the Brooklyn Book Festival for the second year running. To be held this Sunday, September 21, the Festival is touted to be “the largest free literary event in New York City,” according to

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Journey to One’s “Roots”

The Finger Players is one of the most exciting Singaporean theater companies to emerge in the new century, known for its visually innovative and emotionally charged productions. The company has taken its shows to Africa, Austria, Australia, China, France, Hungary,

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Journey to One’s “Roots”

The Finger Players is one of the most exciting Singaporean theater companies to emerge in the new century, known for its visually innovative and emotionally charged productions. The company has taken its shows to Africa, Austria, Australia, China, France, Hungary,

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PREFACE  from One Thousand and One Nights by Gwee Li Sui When love ends, what do you keep? Some autumns ago, I met a remarkable woman and we fell in love. She is a Korean novelist, I a Singaporean poet.

1001 Nights (front cover)

Featured Poem

PREFACE  from One Thousand and One Nights by Gwee Li Sui When love ends, what do you keep? Some autumns ago, I met a remarkable woman and we fell in love. She is a Korean novelist, I a Singaporean poet.

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Second Saturdays Reading #6

Words and photos by Paul Rozario-Falcone Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, played host to August’s Second Saturdays, which happily coincided with Singapore’s National Day. As was our custom, generous guests and readers brought a sumptuous spread of food, and many of us

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Second Saturdays Reading #6

Words and photos by Paul Rozario-Falcone Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, played host to August’s Second Saturdays, which happily coincided with Singapore’s National Day. As was our custom, generous guests and readers brought a sumptuous spread of food, and many of us

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In Honor of Juno

A new journal of women’s writing has just been launched from Singapore by Grace Chia, poet and teacher. Named after the Roman goddess of marriage and domesticity, Junoesq publishes writing by women from Singapore and all around the world. Chia

Grace Chia Photo

In Honor of Juno

A new journal of women’s writing has just been launched from Singapore by Grace Chia, poet and teacher. Named after the Roman goddess of marriage and domesticity, Junoesq publishes writing by women from Singapore and all around the world. Chia

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Chang’an

Wena Poon’s new contemporary novel, Chang’an, covers the last one hundred years of China’s relationship with Japan through the eyes of Chinese and Japanese protagonists. Her novels about Japan was the subject of a recent article in The Japan Times. Book

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Chang’an

Wena Poon’s new contemporary novel, Chang’an, covers the last one hundred years of China’s relationship with Japan through the eyes of Chinese and Japanese protagonists. Her novels about Japan was the subject of a recent article in The Japan Times. Book

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Featured Poem

Frangipani by Tse Hao Guang grows at the boundary of our last cemetery, nightwatchman of these hollow fields, where orphans, aged, young, keep on. “Two, four six eight, who do we appreciate?” Years of taking child-like chant and making flowers

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Featured Poem

Frangipani by Tse Hao Guang grows at the boundary of our last cemetery, nightwatchman of these hollow fields, where orphans, aged, young, keep on. “Two, four six eight, who do we appreciate?” Years of taking child-like chant and making flowers