Contributors / February 2008 (Issue 2)


Chris Mooney-Singh
ImageChris Mooney-Singh (b. 1956) is the founder of Poetry Slam in Singapore. Of Australian Irish descent, Mooney-Singh adopted Sikhism in 1989. He has published two poetry joint collections, two chapbooks, co-edited a poetry anthology, The Penguin Book of Christmas Poems, and has three spoken word CDs, the latest being Living in the Land of the Durian Eaters. Mooney-Singh also has poems published online at Times Online, Mindfire, Umbrella Journal, Cezanne's Carrot, The Chimaera, StylusSimply Haiku and QRLS, amongst others. His latest collection is The Laughing Buddha Cab Company was launched at the Singapore Writers Festival (2007). Mooney-Singh was a guest at the Austin International Poetry Festival (2003), the Man Hong Kong International Literary Festival (2004) and the Kuala Lumpur International Literary Festival (2007). Contact: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it . [Read]

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