Singaporean literature
The literature of Singapore comprises a collection of literary works by Singaporeans in any of the country's four main languages: English, Malay, Standard Mandarin, and Tamil.While Singaporean literar...
Womango
A debut collection of poetry written by Singaporean poet and author, Grace Chia, womango is published by Rank Books in 1998. It features confessional poetry, poetic prose, concrete poetry and performa...
Wena Poon
Wena Poon (方慧娜) is a lawyer and novelist based in the United States. She writes English-language fiction. Her work is studied by academics in the UK, US and Singapore as representative of the tr...
Singapore gay literature
This article deals with writing that deals with LGBT themes in a Singapore context. It covers literary works of fiction, such as novels, short stories, plays and poems. It also includes non-fiction wo...
Tania De Rozario
Tania De Rozario is a writer and visual artist who has exhibited and curated in Singapore, Amsterdam, and San Francisco.
Tania De Rozario has showcased her visual art at spaces such as the Esplana...
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Sylvia Toh
Sylvia Toh Paik Choo is a newspaper columnist and humour writer from Singapore. She is the author of Eh Goondu! (1982) and Lagi Goondu! (1986), the first two books on Singlish. She was the first to p...
Sing to the Dawn
Sing to the Dawn is a story by the American author Minfong Ho, which was originally published as a short story and was awarded first prize by the Council of Interracial Books for Children in New York ...
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Escape from Paradise
Escape from Paradise: From Third World to First is a 2001 non-fiction book written by John Harding and May Chu Harding set in Singapore, Brunei, Australia, England, and the United States. The book tel...
Singapore Literature Prize
The Singapore Literature Prize (abbreviation: SLP) is a biennial award in Singapore to recognise outstanding published works by Singaporean authors in any of the four official languages: Chinese, Engl...
Ong Su Mann
Ong Su Mann is a writer, producer, and columnist based in Singapore, often writing as S. M. Ong. He is best known as a producer and writer for the popular comedy show Phua Chu Kang (1997–2007), and he...
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The PAP and the people – A Great Affective Divide
Catherine Lim Poh Imm (Chinese: 林宝音; pinyin: Lín Bǎoyīn, born 21 March 1942) is a Singaporean fiction author known for writing about Singapore society and of themes of traditional Chinese cult...
Singapore: The Encyclopedia
Singapore: The Encyclopedia is a 640-page encyclopedia about Singapore, covering its history, geography, arts and politics. It is jointly produced by the National Heritage Board and Editions Didier Mi...
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Tilting our plates to catch the light
Tilting Our Plates to Catch the Light is a poetry collection by the Singaporean poet Cyril Wong, bringing into play his background in music, intermingling the lives of gay male-partners with the tribu...
Singapore gay theatre
In the history of LGBT theatre in Singapore, it was only in the second half of the 1980s that gay writers started to explore the hitherto taboo area of homosexuality in their works. The licencing auth...
Let me tell you something about that night
Let Me Tell You Something About That Night is a short-story collection by the Singaporean poet Cyril Wong. His first published foray into prose and listed by The Straits Times as among the best five b...
Quarterly Literary Review Singapore
Quarterly Literary Review Singapore (QLRS) is a Singapore literary journal founded by Singaporean poet Toh Hsien Min in 2001. The journal is structured as a non-profit volunteer collective, and publi...
Unmarked treasure
Unmarked Treasure is a poetry collection by the Singaporean poet Cyril Wong, held together by memories about family life and intimate relationships, charged with intense emotions surrounding love, dea...