poetry

online

Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
Vol. 24 (June 2014)
“The Wonton Noodle Seller”, “An Argument for Chinese Folk Religion”
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Drunken Boat
Vol. 21, “Union” feature
“21 July 1964”
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Softblow
“Garden City”
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Quarterly Literary Review Singapore
“The Event”, "First Day at Work"
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Quarterly Literary Review Singapore
“A Phenomenological Cookbook"
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Alluvium

“The Librarian", "Sunday"
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Cordite

"Parkway"
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poetry

in print

Ceriph
Vol. 6
“On the Impossibility of a Perfect Language (1819?)”, “Running by the Kallang”, “Cingapura”

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SingPoWriMo: The Anthology
eds. Ann Ang, Joshua Ip and Pooja Nansi (Math Paper Press, 2014)
“The End”, “unsettle the hubris of the stars”, “I think I told you once..”, “Sometimes I think tiredness…”

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A Luxury We Cannot Afford: An Anthology of Singapore Poetry
eds. Christine Chia and Joshua Ip (Math Paper Press, 2014)
“Last Will”, “Garden City”

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SingPoWriMo 2015: The Anthology
eds. Daryl Qilin Yam, Jennifer Anne Champion and Joshua Ip (Math Paper Press, 2015) 
“For G.P.”

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LONTAR: The Journal of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction
Vol. 5
“Tooth”

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short stories

Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
Vol. 28 (June 2015)
“Ah Yap Hot and Cold Drinks”
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Balik Kampung 3B: Some East, More West
ed. Verena Tay (Math Paper Press, 2016) 
“Josephine Lee”
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essays

Quarterly Literary Review Singapore
Vol. 12, No. 1 (Jan 2013)
“The Original Sin of Singapore’s History”
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POSKOD.SG
“Chinese, New Fears”

reviews

Quarterly Literary Review Singapore
on Floating on a Malaysian Breeze: Travels in Malaysia and Singapore, Sudhir Thomas Vadaketh
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Quarterly Literary Review Singapore
on Occupational Hazards, Mayo Martin
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Quarterly Literary Review Singapore
on Passages: Stories of Unspoken Journeys, ed. Yong Shu Hoong
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Quarterly Literary Review Singapore
on The Space Between the Raindrops, Justin Ker
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Quarterly Literary Review Singapore
on Coastlands, Aaron Lee
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critical essays

poetry.sg
Critical Introduction to Eddie Tay
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poetry.sg
Critical introduction to Aaron Maniam (with Esther Ng)
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poetry.sg
Critical Introduction to Wong Phui Nam
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