Ted Chiang, Claudia Rankine and Malay female literary pioneers headline 25th Singapore Writers Festival

Science fiction author Ted Chiang (left) and poet Claudia Rankine. PHOTOS: ARTURO VILLARRUBIA, ARTS HOUSE LIMITED
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SINGAPORE – The Singapore Writers Festival (SWF) will return in full force for the first time since the pandemic, with more than 200 in-person programmes and headliners such as science-fiction author Ted Chiang, poet Claudia Rankine and The New Yorker writer Jia Tolentino.

There will also be an exhibition on Malay female literary pioneers, spanning 19th-century Riau to the present day.

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