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“Singapore Unbound” – 2nd Singapore Literature Festival in NYC (Sep 28 – Oct 1, 2016)

We’re very excited to announce the program for the 2nd Singapore Literature Festival in NYC. This independent, biennial festival in New York brings together Singaporean and American authors and audiences for in-depth conversations about literature and society. The festival theme

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Authors

“Singapore Unbound” – 2nd Singapore Literature Festival in NYC (Sep 28 – Oct 1, 2016)

We’re very excited to announce the program for the 2nd Singapore Literature Festival in NYC. This independent, biennial festival in New York brings together Singaporean and American authors and audiences for in-depth conversations about literature and society. The festival theme

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Literarily Singapore

In conjunction with the 2nd Singapore Literature Festival in NYC (Sep 28 – Oct 1, 2016), Lambda Literary has just published a “Singapore Literary Portfolio.” Featuring three festival authors, the portfolio gives a taste of what the festival has in

sean-west-and-jeremy-tiang

Literarily Singapore

In conjunction with the 2nd Singapore Literature Festival in NYC (Sep 28 – Oct 1, 2016), Lambda Literary has just published a “Singapore Literary Portfolio.” Featuring three festival authors, the portfolio gives a taste of what the festival has in

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Meet the Author at Brooklyn Book Fest

Award-winning fiction writer, playwright and translator, Jeremy Tiang will be signing books at the Brooklyn Book Festival this Sunday, September 18, 1:00 pm, at Singapore Unbound Booth #126. Tiang’s short story collection It Never Rains on National Day (Tash Aw:

jeremy-tiang-photo-credit-oliver-rockwell

Meet the Author at Brooklyn Book Fest

Award-winning fiction writer, playwright and translator, Jeremy Tiang will be signing books at the Brooklyn Book Festival this Sunday, September 18, 1:00 pm, at Singapore Unbound Booth #126. Tiang’s short story collection It Never Rains on National Day (Tash Aw:

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“Tepid Water”

Review of We Were Always Eating Expired Things by Cheryl Julia Lee (Singapore: Math Paper Press, 2014) By R. A. Briggs               Cheryl Julia Lee’s first collection, shortlisted for this year’s Singapore Literature Prize,

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“Tepid Water”

Review of We Were Always Eating Expired Things by Cheryl Julia Lee (Singapore: Math Paper Press, 2014) By R. A. Briggs               Cheryl Julia Lee’s first collection, shortlisted for this year’s Singapore Literature Prize,

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New Poems by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé

The poems below by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé will appear in his forthcoming collection Reading to Ted Hesburgh (Squircle Line Press and Glass Lyre Press, 2017).   f is for form and finitude by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé   seeing that there’s

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New Poems by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé

The poems below by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé will appear in his forthcoming collection Reading to Ted Hesburgh (Squircle Line Press and Glass Lyre Press, 2017).   f is for form and finitude by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé   seeing that there’s

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Whose Home?

Review of And the Walls Come Crumbling Down by Tania De Rozario (Singapore: Math Paper Press, 2016), 123 pages by Siham Karami                 The title of this compelling memoir, an allusion to the

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Whose Home?

Review of And the Walls Come Crumbling Down by Tania De Rozario (Singapore: Math Paper Press, 2016), 123 pages by Siham Karami                 The title of this compelling memoir, an allusion to the

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The Frontier as Covered Ground

The Frontier as Covered Ground: A Review of Carl Phillips’ Reconnaissance by Ian Tan     There would still remain the never-resting mind, So that one would want to escape, come back To what had been so long composed. The

9780374248284

The Frontier as Covered Ground

The Frontier as Covered Ground: A Review of Carl Phillips’ Reconnaissance by Ian Tan     There would still remain the never-resting mind, So that one would want to escape, come back To what had been so long composed. The