Established voices Lee Tzu Pheng, Gwee Li Sui and Paul Tan have published new verses
Published on Jul 27, 2014 11:55 AM
It has been a bumper month for poetry, with six books from two publishers.
Math Paper Press published Echolocation by rising voice Mani Rao and I Didn't Know Mani Was A Conceptualist by Desmond Kon, who this month beat 31 other international poets to win the Poetry World Cup contest organised by influential Pakistan-based literary magazine The Missing Slate.
Landmark Books meanwhile launched four books from established writers Lee Tzu Pheng, Paul Tan and Gwee Li Sui, each of whom breaks a long silence with their verses.
Singapore Writers Festival director Tan's Seasonal Disorders/Impractical Lessons comes eight years after his third collection, First Meeting Of Hands.
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