EVENTS

Book launch for STATE OF EMERGENCY on Thursday 2 Nov 2017, 7pm at the Asian American Writers' Workshop

Panel with Chan Ho-Kei and Tiong Ee-Ping at the Singapore Writers Festival, 5pm on Saturday 11 Nov

Talk at Leeds University on Friday 17 Nov, 3.30pm, on Writing From Singapore

Readings of Fulfillment (3pm, Weds 22 Nov)  and a new translation of Wei Yu-Chia's A Fable For Now (7.30pm, Fri 24 Nov) at the Typhoon Festival, London

NEWS

Translation of A Yi's The Case That Got Away in Lithub/ Freeman's

New short story Corridor now in Ricepaper

Short story 1997 now included in The Best Asian Short Stories 

Author interview and review of STATE OF EMERGENCY in the Straits Times

STATE OF EMERGENCY reviewed in the Asian Review of Books

Chinese-language interview in the Lianhe Zaobao

New novel STATE OF EMERGENCY currently available for sale in Singapore, and for pre-order elsewhere (international pub date: 2 Nov 2017).

New appointment: Asia Literary Editor at the Asian American Writers' Workshop

Excerpt from Yeng Pway Ngon's Opera Costume in the Words Without Borders Singapore issue.

Guest-edited an issue of Women's Writing from Taiwan for Words Without Borders -- includes work by Shen Wan-ting and Su Wei-chen.

Translated A Son Soon by Xu Nuo for the Manchester Royal Exchange's BIRTH Festival.

 It Never Rains on National Day shortlisted for the Singapore Literature Prize.

An excerpt from Butterfly appears in Monologues for Actors of Color: Women.

Translation of Zhang Yueran's 'Lake' in the Brooklyn Rail.

Reviews of It Never Rains on National Day in the Straits Times and Business Times.

'Setting Up Home' by Sabrina Huang reprinted in the Apex Book of World Sci Fi.


 

PRESS

Profiled in the Straits Times on Singapore's National Day.

Interviewed on SinoVision for A Dream of Red Pavilions.

 Reviews of It Never Rains on National Day in the Straits Times and QLRS

Interviewed in Singapore's Lianhe Zaobao.

Interviewed at the Ploughshares blog.

 Reviews of "The Last Days of Limehouse" now up in The Guardian, Time Out, The British Theatre Guide and Everything Theatre.

In conversation with Brittani Sonnenberg in The Millions

Interview in The Hindu