Category Archives: Interview

Through a Neocolonial Schooling, Darkly

An Interview with Joanne Leow about Singapore’s Educational System     Originally from Singapore, Joanne Leow is an Assistant Professor of literature in the University of Saskatchewan. She specializes in Transnational, Diasporic, and Decolonizing/Postcolonial Literatures. Her educational journey from Singapore

Through a Neocolonial Schooling, Darkly

An Interview with Joanne Leow about Singapore’s Educational System     Originally from Singapore, Joanne Leow is an Assistant Professor of literature in the University of Saskatchewan. She specializes in Transnational, Diasporic, and Decolonizing/Postcolonial Literatures. Her educational journey from Singapore

Writing the South Seas

Introduction by Philip Holden Research work on Singapore Literature is increasingly exploring connections across languages and national borders, rather than within a single English-language literary tradition. A new generation of scholars such as E.K. Tan, Weihsin Gui, Joanne Leow, Cheryl

Writing the South Seas

Introduction by Philip Holden Research work on Singapore Literature is increasingly exploring connections across languages and national borders, rather than within a single English-language literary tradition. A new generation of scholars such as E.K. Tan, Weihsin Gui, Joanne Leow, Cheryl

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

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

Parallel Ink

The millennials are on the move, and they are out to make their mark on the international literary scene. Encouraging their creative spirit is the international lit and art e-zine Parallel Ink, founded and edited by teens to publish the

Parallel Ink

The millennials are on the move, and they are out to make their mark on the international literary scene. Encouraging their creative spirit is the international lit and art e-zine Parallel Ink, founded and edited by teens to publish the

Filming “Fundamentally Happy”

If you attended the first Singapore Literature Festival in New York in 2014, you might have heard Haresh Sharma read from his fearless and moving plays, works that are based on social research and written in collaboration with his actors.

Filming “Fundamentally Happy”

If you attended the first Singapore Literature Festival in New York in 2014, you might have heard Haresh Sharma read from his fearless and moving plays, works that are based on social research and written in collaboration with his actors.

Have a Helping of Mackerel

Welcome to the world of Mackerel. A new culture magazine in Singapore, it aims to tell great stories about the contemporary global world, giving what it calls a “deep-dive perspective” on places and people. Its name is derived from Old-French

Have a Helping of Mackerel

Welcome to the world of Mackerel. A new culture magazine in Singapore, it aims to tell great stories about the contemporary global world, giving what it calls a “deep-dive perspective” on places and people. Its name is derived from Old-French

Cover Versions: An Interview with Heman Chong

If you were in NYC last summer, you might have encountered the work of Singaporean artist Heman Chong at the New Museum. Part of the group show “The Great Ephemeral,” Chong’s contribution involved visitors in memorizing a short story he

Cover Versions: An Interview with Heman Chong

If you were in NYC last summer, you might have encountered the work of Singaporean artist Heman Chong at the New Museum. Part of the group show “The Great Ephemeral,” Chong’s contribution involved visitors in memorizing a short story he