Authors Carissa Foo and Judith Huang will be reading from their novels, both published in 2018 by Epigram. The reading will be followed by a Q&A and then a reception.This event is free and open to the public.
Hosted by the Yale-NUS College Creative Writing Program, Arts and Humanities, and The Writers’ Centre.
Carissa Foo's main field of research is early twentieth century women's writing and its dialogues with continental philosophy, especially phenomenology and existentialism. She works as a lecturer in the Writers' Centre and teaches literature courses at Yale-NUS. She has published in feminist journals and her first novel is If It Were Up to Mrs Dada (Epigram, 2018).
Judith Huang is a Singaporean poet, writer, editor, illustrator and translator. She works as a tutor in the Yale-NUS Writers' Centre. Her first collection of poetry is forthcoming from Ethos Books, and her first novel, Sofia and the Utopia Machine, was shortlisted for the Epigram Books Fiction Prize 2017 and was published in May 2018.
Members of the public are to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive directions to the venue. More details in the event link provided below.
VENUE: Yale-NUS College (Saga Rector's Commons)
ADDRESS: 16 College Avenue West, Singapore 138527
EVENT WEBSITE: Facebook
DATE AND TIME
12 Sep 2018, 7.30pm–9.30pm