Monthly Archives: April 2016

Review of “Giving Ground” by Theophilus Kwek

                Giving Ground by Theophilus Kwek Singapore: Ethos Books, 2016 Review by Eric Norris   Giving Ground, Theophilus Kwek’s second book, begins with an epigraph from Horace and an introductory poem of 24

Review of “Giving Ground” by Theophilus Kwek

                Giving Ground by Theophilus Kwek Singapore: Ethos Books, 2016 Review by Eric Norris   Giving Ground, Theophilus Kwek’s second book, begins with an epigraph from Horace and an introductory poem of 24

Me Migrant

Three poems from Me Migrant, a new book of poetry by Md Mukul Hossine, transcreated by Cyril Wong with the help of Marc Nair, and translated from Bangla with help from Fariha Imran & Farouk Ahammed. The book launch in

Me Migrant

Three poems from Me Migrant, a new book of poetry by Md Mukul Hossine, transcreated by Cyril Wong with the help of Marc Nair, and translated from Bangla with help from Fariha Imran & Farouk Ahammed. The book launch in

Inbound/Outbound: A Singapore Poet’s Recollections of Boston, With a Playlist

By YONG Shu Hoong   I’m thinking that a pizza parlour might be an appropriate place to start. It is, to me, a way of breaking the ice (well, the temperature was settling just below freezing point that day) and

Inbound/Outbound: A Singapore Poet’s Recollections of Boston, With a Playlist

By YONG Shu Hoong   I’m thinking that a pizza parlour might be an appropriate place to start. It is, to me, a way of breaking the ice (well, the temperature was settling just below freezing point that day) and

Celebrate Poetry and Music

In celebration of National Poetry Month here in April, the Cheah Chan Duo (Phillip Cheah, voice; Trudy Chan, piano) will be presenting a unique recital of songs exploring different musical settings of the same texts on Sunday, April 17, at

Celebrate Poetry and Music

In celebration of National Poetry Month here in April, the Cheah Chan Duo (Phillip Cheah, voice; Trudy Chan, piano) will be presenting a unique recital of songs exploring different musical settings of the same texts on Sunday, April 17, at

An Archivist and Other Poems by Euginia Tan

an archivist by Euginia Tan   should all names return to the world? he would ask himself this, on the nights he stays up scavenging for spirits buried under dried leaves. the mango tree is the tropical plant of choice

An Archivist and Other Poems by Euginia Tan

an archivist by Euginia Tan   should all names return to the world? he would ask himself this, on the nights he stays up scavenging for spirits buried under dried leaves. the mango tree is the tropical plant of choice

2nd Singapore Poetry Contest

To celebrate Poetry Writing Month this April, Singapore Poetry is holding its second annual poetry contest. We are looking for poems that include the word “Singapore” (or its variants) in some creative manner. The poems do not have to be

2nd Singapore Poetry Contest

To celebrate Poetry Writing Month this April, Singapore Poetry is holding its second annual poetry contest. We are looking for poems that include the word “Singapore” (or its variants) in some creative manner. The poems do not have to be