Featuring Jerrold Yam
With a thirst for self-expression, an embarkation of a journey on poetry was prompted.
Featuring Jennifer Champion
When she was an undergraduate, she was singing in bars to earn her keep. At that time, she was also dating a spoken word poet who had encouraged her to write.
Featuring Pooja Nansi
An introspective look at the processes and working of Singaporean poet and spoken word artist Pooja Nansi
Featuring Michelle Tan
An almost musical piece of work, Michelle Tan's break out poetry collection is surely not something to miss.
Featuring Afterglobe Magazine
For the love of sharing human experiences, Afterglobe Magazine curates the Singaporean experience of travel in print, urging us to reflect on why we travel instead of where we travel to.
Featuring Delere Press
What is it like to be a literary press unbound by location? The good folks behind Delere Press share their thoughts and motivations in their publishing journey thus far.
Featuring Cheryl Julia Lee
Working backwards through her memory, Cheryl Julia Lee's first publication grapples with the issues of the past and how they change in the future.
Featuring Denise Hung
We don't ever really realise how much faith we put in others by allowing them to cook for us. Yet it is in the exchange of goodwill and tasty, thoughtfully crafted sustenance that we find real connections and allow the unfamiliar to turn so quickly into comfort, and appreciate that in food there is truly room for everyone.
Featuring Benson Pang
Feeling is first, but good work is also about the channeling of emotions into appropriate forms instead of immoderate release. And so Benson's work is about the careful crafting of an experience, not simply an outpouring that so much of literature and art believes in today.
Featuring Tan Jun Yin
For great stories to be told, lives need to be lived. What better way to make this happen than through the act of travel? Considering how very terrifying uncertainty can be, maybe what we really need is a crash course in the art of setting ourselves free.