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Essays and Articles

2005.08 -Gwee Li Sui , Poetry and the Renaissance Machine in Singapore
2004.04 -Alvin Pang, Poetry News: Poetry in Singapore
2002.2Q -Felix Cheong, Language and Voice in Singaporean Poetry in English
2002.05 -Felix Cheong, A Poet's Sense of the City
2002.02 -Umej Bhatia, Singapore - Hub for a new global poetry?
2001.?? -Eddie Tay, Writing Out Of Place
2000.1Q -Rajeev Patke, Poetry in English from Singapore
1996.4Q -Margaret W. Sullivan, Not Asia but Asias: Singaporean Authors Talk

Literary Websites

IWP Digital Archives - Singapore
Part of the University of Iowa's Digital archives, this is a multimedia collection of interviews, readings, papers and other literary material by Singaporeans featured at the International Writing Program over the years.

Hetero Poetry Club
A Singaporean literary portal dedicated to bilingual poetry, with a primary focus on translations to and from the Chinese language.

Stories from the Straits Chinese Magazine
Curated by Philip Holden at the National University of Singapore, this is a collection of short stories from The Straits Chinese Magazine, published from 1897 to 1907, which constitute the earliest Singapore writing in English. Additional cultural material from SCM can be found here.

Literary Singapore Infodesk
Information billboard and mailing list featuring news, events, calls for submission and other announcements relevant to the Singapore literary community.

Slope 15
Online literary e-zine Slope does a sampler of new Singaporean poetry, guest edited by Felix Cheong

Literature of Singapore
Online secondary resource featuring the geographical, political, social, cultural and literary background to Singapore literature & writers. Maintained by Prof. George P Landow at Brown Univ, USA.

the 2nd rule
The original homegrown counter-culture e-zine by Alfian Saat, Koh Beng Liang and other non-conformist types. Must read.

Quarterly Literary Review Singapore
S'pore's first formal online literary journal, edited by poet and former Oxford Poetry Society President Toh Hsien Min.