Book Reviews / October 2018 (Issue 41: Writing Singapore)

Reasons to Live: Rachel Heng's Suicide Club

by Joshua Ip

Multiple Narratives of Truth: Living with Myths in Singapore and State of Emergency

by Mandy Chi Man Lo

Samuel Lee's A Field Guide to Supermarkets in Singapore

by Angus Whitehead

The Rise of Queer Singaporean Sci-Fi

by Ng Yi-Sheng

Stories for the Unseen

by Theophilus Kwek

An Elegy for Female Friendship: Sharlene Teo's Ponti

by Ann Ang

I Am Not Your Creation: Grace Chia's Mother of All Questions

by Nina Powles

The Joys of Spiaking Singlish: Or, Rather, Reading It: Gwee Li Sui's Spiaking Singlish

by Patrick Jiang

The Potential of the Poet: Cheryl Julia Lee's We Were Always Eating Expired Things

by Samantha Toh

Preaching to the Queer: Ng Yi-Sheng's A Book of Hims

by Paul Jerusalem

Pain and Desire: Jennifer Anne Champion's Caterwaul

by Angus Whitehead

Positions: Daryl Lim Wei Jie's A Book of Changes

by Al Lim

Dissecting Love and Language

by Stephanie Studzinski

In Transit

by Pow Jun Kai

Alvin Pang's What Happened

by Jerome Lim

Shubigi Rao's Pulp: A Short Biography of the Banished Book Volume I of V

by Anna Onni

Connections: The Infinite Library and Other Stories and This is How You Walk on the Moon

by Sandro Lau

"Behold the Facelessness Behind False-Face": Flirting with Desire in Grace Chia's The Wanderlusters

by Chloe Leung

A Tame Paradise: Dans Quel Sens Tombent Les Feuilles and From Walden to Woodlands

by Kate Rogers

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