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Personal Story

Review of Marie Howe’s Magdalene (New York: W. W. Norton, 2017) by Cyril Wong     Confessional poetry or self-revelatory verse that draws from the private or the autobiographical usually gets vilified for being exactly that: the personal-made-public. Reasons for

Personal Story

Review of Marie Howe’s Magdalene (New York: W. W. Norton, 2017) by Cyril Wong     Confessional poetry or self-revelatory verse that draws from the private or the autobiographical usually gets vilified for being exactly that: the personal-made-public. Reasons for

Nothing Little About “A Little Life”

Review of Hanya Yanagihara’s A Little Life (USA: Doubleday, 2015) By Kevin Tan Kwan Wei Hanya Yanagihara’s sophomore novel A Little Life contemplates the debilitating effects of physical and emotional trauma. Written in 18 months, the novel became an award-winning

Nothing Little About “A Little Life”

Review of Hanya Yanagihara’s A Little Life (USA: Doubleday, 2015) By Kevin Tan Kwan Wei Hanya Yanagihara’s sophomore novel A Little Life contemplates the debilitating effects of physical and emotional trauma. Written in 18 months, the novel became an award-winning

Rubik’s Cube

Review of The Adopted: Stories from Angkor by HENG Siok Tian, PHAN Ming Yen, YEOW Kai Chai, and YONG Shu Hoong (Singapore: Ethos Books, 2015) by Stewart Dorward   HENG Siok Tian, PHAN Ming Yen, YEOW Kai Chai, and YONG

Rubik’s Cube

Review of The Adopted: Stories from Angkor by HENG Siok Tian, PHAN Ming Yen, YEOW Kai Chai, and YONG Shu Hoong (Singapore: Ethos Books, 2015) by Stewart Dorward   HENG Siok Tian, PHAN Ming Yen, YEOW Kai Chai, and YONG