It is a cliché to say that, since its birth, Singapore has always been a hub of exchange—for goods, ideas, and peoples. But today’s vibrant literary (and publishing) scene shows that clichés still have their value.
Join us for a stimulating discussion with a rising generation of Singapore writers, as they talk about their experiences in and beyond the red dot, and how these have shaped their creative works. The discussion will be moderated by Dr Ross Forman from the University of Warwick, and Dr Tania Roy from the National University of Singapore.
VENUE: Sing Lit Station
ADDRESS: 3A Jalan Kubor, Singapore 199201
EVENT WEBSITE: Eventbrite (for registration)
DATE AND TIME
19 Sep 2017, 7.30pm-9pm