Archive for March, 2011

This week, I’m taking part in readings and talks and running workshops for Singapore Writers Festival Schools Programme, ‘Words Go Round’. If I have a moment, I’ll check in here to write about it. So far, a real highlight has been reading and speaking with Sri Lankan poet Viviemarie VanderPoorten – today we gave a talk to a group of students taking a ‘Women in Literature’ A-Level paper at National Junior College. Very interesting to think about how/whether issues of gender creep into my writing, and to be challenged to talk about this. Viviemarie is a truly wonderful and inspiring poet. I’m honoured to read with her, and so happy we’ve met.

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I’m featured today on 938LIVE Radio today, talking about performance poetry, the Singapore Writers’ Festival Schools Week and reading a poem. It’s a short interview with Felicia Nah on ‘They’re Making A Difference’, a programme about people in Singapore who are, well, making one. I hope I sometimes fit into that category.

If you’re in Singapore, you can listen at 10.45am, 1.45pm or 8.15pm on 938LIVE. If you’re elsewhere, or radio-less, you can listen online by clicking HERE. Enjoy!

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