Category Archives: Journal

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

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

In Honor of Juno

A new journal of women’s writing has just been launched from Singapore by Grace Chia, poet and teacher. Named after the Roman goddess of marriage and domesticity, Junoesq publishes writing by women from Singapore and all around the world. Chia

In Honor of Juno

A new journal of women’s writing has just been launched from Singapore by Grace Chia, poet and teacher. Named after the Roman goddess of marriage and domesticity, Junoesq publishes writing by women from Singapore and all around the world. Chia

Raising Land from the Sea

Appropriately for our 100th post, SP is proud to announce the publication of a special issue of Singapore poetry in Blue Lyra Review, guest-edited by SP curator Jee Leong Koh. The American journal, headed by M. E. Silverman, “aims to unite

Raising Land from the Sea

Appropriately for our 100th post, SP is proud to announce the publication of a special issue of Singapore poetry in Blue Lyra Review, guest-edited by SP curator Jee Leong Koh. The American journal, headed by M. E. Silverman, “aims to unite

Wallflowers of a Different Kind

An international art journal, Wallflowers gives a beautiful platform to up-and-coming artists working in visual, auditory and literary fields. Its ambition is to feature unconventional works of art. Its interviewees range from 17-year-old Singapore singer-songwriter Samantha Rui to Taiwanese artist

Wallflowers of a Different Kind

An international art journal, Wallflowers gives a beautiful platform to up-and-coming artists working in visual, auditory and literary fields. Its ambition is to feature unconventional works of art. Its interviewees range from 17-year-old Singapore singer-songwriter Samantha Rui to Taiwanese artist

OF ZOOS

From Kim Lim, a Singaporean based in New York, via University of Virginia, comes a bold new poetry journal “for Singaporeans and everyone else.” OF ZOOS welcomes all species of poetry, provided that they make for special viewing interest. In

OF ZOOS

From Kim Lim, a Singaporean based in New York, via University of Virginia, comes a bold new poetry journal “for Singaporeans and everyone else.” OF ZOOS welcomes all species of poetry, provided that they make for special viewing interest. In

Hair Roots, Language Routes

The main literary journal of the country, the Quarterly Literary Review of Singapore, has just published Volume 13 Number 1. The issue offers many delights in various genres. “Starlight,” a poem by Jena Woodhouse, is intensely and rewardingly imagistic. Zhang Ruihe,

Hair Roots, Language Routes

The main literary journal of the country, the Quarterly Literary Review of Singapore, has just published Volume 13 Number 1. The issue offers many delights in various genres. “Starlight,” a poem by Jena Woodhouse, is intensely and rewardingly imagistic. Zhang Ruihe,