Book Launch of The Good Guys, by Darren Chen | Epigram Books

Others  |  Book Launch  |  English  |  30 min

14 Nov Sun, 6pm - 6:30pm
location The Arts House - Play Den
favourite favourite Add To Favourites
Event has ended

For your health and safety, please observe the following when visiting The Arts House:

  1. Please keep your mask on at all times.
  2. Please activate your Trace Together token or app for entry. We are no longer allowed to accept the SafeEntry app.
  3. Please practice social distancing, with individuals seated or standing at least one-metre apart from one another.
  4. Please do not enter the venue if you are feeling unwell.
  5. Extensive and regular cleaning regimes of high touch points will be performed before and after a performance. Do kindly use the hand sanitisers available around the venue.

As the COVID-19 situation in Singapore evolves, these measures will be updated in accordance to the latest advisories issued by the Singapore Government. For the latest advisories, please refer here.

Additional Safe Management Measures might also be implemented on a case-by-case basis to ensure the safety of your well-being. Please check the respective programmes' listings for vaccination requirements.

Please refer to this link for more information on the venue's Safe Management Measures.


Whenever superheroes need therapy, they check in to the Haven. But what happens when their sanctuary is no longer safe?

Deep beneath the Singapore General Hospital and away from the worshipping public, superheroes at the Haven take to the sofa for much-needed psychoanalysis. But when a death occurs, the facility is immediately locked down. Small-time superhero Landslide finds himself in a whodunnit, and discovers that being cooped up underground amongst unstable superheroes with immense power is not the best place to be.

About the author

Darren Chen is a third-year undergraduate with the National University of Singapore’s Faculty of Law. Before matriculating, he served as a Lieutenant with the Republic of Singapore Navy, and prior to that, he graduated from the Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) in 2015.

He started writing short-form prose when he joined the Ministry of Education’s Creative Arts Programme back in Secondary School. Up until that point, his usual avenues of artistic expression were drawing and painting. Realising that he had some capacity for creative writing allowed him to escape from the mundane routine of student life and build worlds beyond of the classroom.

Please refer to this link for more information on the venue's Safe Management Measures.