Monthly Archives: November 2014

Sire Me a Son

Siren a short story by Amanda Lee Koe The Merlion is a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish, used as a mascot and national personification of Singapore. The fish body represents Singapore’s

Sire Me a Son

Siren a short story by Amanda Lee Koe The Merlion is a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish, used as a mascot and national personification of Singapore. The fish body represents Singapore’s

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from the series “Fragments of Grey Matter” by Kristin Man       Kristin Man was born in Hong Kong, and lived in Europe and North America. Home is pretty much wherever. She found herself immersed in black & white

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from the series “Fragments of Grey Matter” by Kristin Man       Kristin Man was born in Hong Kong, and lived in Europe and North America. Home is pretty much wherever. She found herself immersed in black & white

Featured Poem

Since you told me by Toh Hsien Min   Since you told me it hasn’t been the case that I have eaten less or, worse yet, more. I haven’t slept away my sunny days nor tossed and turned at night

Featured Poem

Since you told me by Toh Hsien Min   Since you told me it hasn’t been the case that I have eaten less or, worse yet, more. I haven’t slept away my sunny days nor tossed and turned at night

Return of the Singapore International Film Fest

Press Release from the Singapore International Film Festival: SGIFF returns this year after a two-year hiatus, with an entirely new team that is set on making this year’s festival a truly stimulating one. The festival celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, and

Return of the Singapore International Film Fest

Press Release from the Singapore International Film Festival: SGIFF returns this year after a two-year hiatus, with an entirely new team that is set on making this year’s festival a truly stimulating one. The festival celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, and

Second Saturdays Reading Series – Nov 2014

Second Saturdays Reading Series – November 2014 Words by Jee Leong Koh, and photos by Paul Rozario-Falcone and Guy Humphrey   Is there life after Singapore Literature Festival? If the November edition of the Second Saturdays Reading Series is anything

Second Saturdays Reading Series – Nov 2014

Second Saturdays Reading Series – November 2014 Words by Jee Leong Koh, and photos by Paul Rozario-Falcone and Guy Humphrey   Is there life after Singapore Literature Festival? If the November edition of the Second Saturdays Reading Series is anything

How to Die Every Day

Interview with Fiona Sze-Lorrain: My Funeral Gondola By Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé Photograph by Sabine Dundure DK: In his praise of your collection, Arthur Sze writes of you journeying “through shifting places and times, deaths and imagined deaths, with sharp, lyrical insight”.

How to Die Every Day

Interview with Fiona Sze-Lorrain: My Funeral Gondola By Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé Photograph by Sabine Dundure DK: In his praise of your collection, Arthur Sze writes of you journeying “through shifting places and times, deaths and imagined deaths, with sharp, lyrical insight”.

Reading Fascist Rock

Reading Fascist Rock An essay by Sam Ng I was thirteen years old when I first read Claire Tham’s Fascist Rock. It was her first collection of short stories, published when she was twenty two. I did not know her

Reading Fascist Rock

Reading Fascist Rock An essay by Sam Ng I was thirteen years old when I first read Claire Tham’s Fascist Rock. It was her first collection of short stories, published when she was twenty two. I did not know her