This programme is co-presented with Sing Lit Station and includes a live Q&A towards the end of the session.
To attend the session in person, click the button above to register after purchasing a Festival Pass. Limited seats are available and etails will be sent to the email used for registration. Registration opens on 4 October at 12pm.
Writers / Presenters
Clara Chow's publications include the story collections Dream Storeys and Modern Myths, travelogues New Orleans and Caves, and the bilingual poetry collection 几首烂情诗/Lousy Love Poems. In 2020, Modern Myths was shortlisted for the Singapore Literature Prize.
Prasanthi recently completed her PhD in Creative Writing at Nanyang Technological University. Her short stories have been anthologised in Food Republic: A Singapore Literary Banquet (Landmark Books: 2020) and A Tapestry of Colours 2: Stories from Asia (Marshall Cavendish: 2021). She is the co-founder and fiction editor of Mahogany Journal, dedicated to South Asian anglophone writers born or based in Singapore.
Zamiya Akbar is a Best of the Net-nominated poet, journalist, essayist, editor, visual artist, public speaker, and mental health advocate residing between Singapore and Lahore, Pakistan. At 15, she founded Velvet Voices, a youth-run organization dedicated to the literary and performing arts. Her writing has appeared in The Mantle, Open Minds Quarterly, What Are Birds? and others.