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A Sneek Peak at the Singapore Literature Festival

Specially curated for Lambda Literary, “Singapore Literary Portfolio” offers a taste of what the festival has in store for you. This portfolio features three festival authors. We begin with an interview with Jason Wee about growing up gay in Singapore and a selection of his history-ridden poetry, before hearing Alfian Sa’at from his short story … Continue reading »

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Its Almost Time!

Who Is Ready For The 2nd Annual Singapore Literature Festival in NYC? I am!!!! Go to Eventbrite and register!!!! its Free!!!!!. Only 6 Days, 14 Hours, 31 Minutes until the first event. #Authors #Writers #Talent #Literature #Society #Coming-together #Sept28 #October1 #Excited #Fall #Reading #Writing #Fall-performances Check us out on Instagram! @SingLitFest Continue reading »

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We Are on Broadway!

W’ere on Broadwayworld.com! The Singapore Literature Festival Closing Night: OUTSIDE THE LINES features theatrical performances of works by Alfian Sa’at (Hotel), Ovidia Yu (The Woman in a Tree On the Hill), and Marcus Yi (After the Merlion Returned Home). The staged readings will be performed on September 30, 2016 at 7:00 pm at the National Opera … Continue reading »

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Award-winning: Jeremy Tiang

Award-winning fiction writer, playwright and translator, Jeremy Tiang will be signing books at the Brooklyn Book Festival this Sunday, September 18, 1:00 pm, at Singapore Unbound Booth #126. Tiang’s short story collection It Never Rains on National Day (Tash Aw: “These stories signal the arrival of an important writer.”) was shortlisted for this year’s Singapore … Continue reading »

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The Singapore Unbound Fellowship

Fellowship deadline Sep 19. The Singapore Unbound Fellowship is a year-long program (from October 2016 to September 2017), renewable for a second year, subject to performance evaluation. The fellowship provides a stipend of $1500 a year. The fellowship offers an exciting opportunity to be involved with a pioneering arts non-profit and to gain invaluable hands-on … Continue reading »

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Sonny’s Point of View

Comic Artist Sonny Liew “For all that it brims over with diverse, colourful creations, it’s fundamentally about a lack: the absence of an artist who should exist, but was never allowed to. The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye mourns all the creators who have never been permitted to thrive in Singapore,” reads a review … Continue reading »

The AV Club’s Best Comics of 2016
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The AV Club’s Best Comics of 2016

The 2nd SLF in NYC will be holding a panel discussion about the artistic accomplishments of Sonny Liew‘s graphic novel The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye on Saturday, October 1, 2016, 2 pm, Book Culture Bookstore near Columbia University. Come and talk with four experts: How Graphic Novels Work and What They Mean author Douglas … Continue reading »