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"SingPoWriMo 2017: The Anthology", Eds. Stephanie Chan, Ruth Tang, Daryl Qilin Yam

"SingPoWriMo 2017: The Anthology", Eds. Stephanie Chan, Ruth Tang, Daryl Qilin Yam


Poetry anthology, 166 pages
Published by Math Paper Press, 2017


The 2017 anthology of SingPoWriMo seeks to be a little different. With nearly 6, 000 thousand members on Facebook and several hundred active participants, editors Stephanie Dogfoot, Ruth Tang and Daryl Qilin Yam have whittled all the submissions they have received down to a selection of 100 poems, written by a list of 68 poets both emerging and established, prolific and never-published-before.

Encounter the likes of flying comets, rude Singaporean uncles, HDB Rapunzels and odes to forgotten spaces in these pages, written in a dizzying array of forms including the ever popular twin cinema, the challenging udaiyaathathu, and the very recently discovered anima methodi. What can we say?


About the Editors:

Stephanie "Dogfoot" Chan was the 2010 Singapore Poetry Slam Champion and the 2012 UK Poetry Slam Champion. She has represented both countries at international poetry slam championships including the Indian Ocean Poetry Slam and the Poetry World Cup. Her writing has been published in various local and international literary journals and anthologies. She currently hosts and organises The Singapore Story Slam and recently founded a performance poetry night called Spoke & Bird.

Ruth Tang writes poetry and plays. Her poetry has appeared in the Quarterly Literary Review Singapore, and was shortlisted for the Manchester Poetry Prize 2016. She co-edited SingPoWriMo 2016: The Anthology with Joshua Ip and Daryl Qilin Yam. Her other preoccupations include bargain basement books and non-musical theatre.

Daryl Qilin Yam is a writer of prose and poetry, a co-editor of the SingPoWriMo anthology series by Math Paper Press, and an arts organiser at the literary non-profit Sing Lit Station. His first novel, Kappa Quartet (Epigram Books, 2016), was longlisted for the inaugural Epigram Books Fiction Prize

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