Posts Tagged ‘Book’

Haikuku

February 15, 2017

Written by Gwee Li Sui

Published by Landmark Books, 2017

haikuku

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Charlotte Unbound

October 25, 2015

This poem was published in The Other Merlion and Friends (2015). It was a featured a poem on Singapore Poetry.

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So Long, Ah Kong… and Thanks for All the Fish

October 24, 2015

This poem was published in The Other Merlion and Friends (2015). It first appeared on Facebook soon after Lee Kuan Yew’s passing on 23 March 2015 and was read at the launch of The Other Merlion and Friends and at Singapore Writers Festival 2015.

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Mid-Autumn Blues

October 24, 2015

This poem was published in The Other Merlion and Friends (2015). It was first shared on Facebook.

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Three-Word Sutra

October 24, 2015

This poem was published in The Other Merlion and Friends (2015). It was shared before on Facebook.

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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know about “Myth of the Stone”

October 19, 2013

Gweek Culture celebrates the 20th anniversary return of Gwee Li Sui’s forgotten classic, Myth of the Stone! Here are 10 fun facts you probably didn’t know about this quirky graphic novel from Singapore. Not knowing the book in the first place doesn’t count as one… The new edition was launched officially at Kinokuniya Bookshop (Ngee Ann City) on 26 October 2013 at 4pm.

MOTS Cover

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Tumasik: Contemporary Writing from Singapore

October 27, 2009

Edited by Alvin Pang

Published by Autumn Hill Books, International Writing Program, University of Iowa, and the National Arts Council of Singapore, 2009

Contributed:
“Incan Dream”
“Dream Sequence”
“Monstrance”
“A Rediscovery of the Weight of the World”
“A Treatise on Infinity by the Sea”

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The Salt Companion to Harold Bloom

February 28, 2007

Edited by Roy Sellars and Graham Allen

Published by Salt Publishing, 2007

Contributed
“I, J, K”

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