This pre-recorded programme is co-presented with the Singapore Book Council and will not have live Q&A.
Writers / Presenters
Hoa Pham is the author of seven fiction books and a play. Her first novel Vixen won the Sydney Morning Herald’s Best Young Writer Prize. The Other Shore won the Vive La Novella Prize. Wave was translated into Vietnamese. She is also the founder of Peril, an Asian-Australian arts and culture online magazine. www.hoapham.net
As a kid, Jocelyn would often sneak into the living room at night to watch The X Files without her parents knowing. She writes poetry about people, and novels about monsters. She is part of the poetry collective, ATOM. The Flesh Hunter is her first novel. She is currently labouring over the second.
Nuraliah Norasid is a writer, educator and a PhD graduate in English Literature and Creative Writing from Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Her thesis highlighted issues such as marginality, isolation and socio-historical traumas, and eventually resulted in The Gatekeeper, the novel which won the Epigram Books Fiction Prize in 2016. Her fiction and non-fiction works have been published in several magazines and collections, including QLRS, Mynah Magazine, Budi Kritik, and most recently Singa Pura-Pura: Malay Speculative Fiction from Singapore.