Listen out for more Sing Lit

Storytel Singapore country manager Shalu Wasu (above) says Singaporeans are time-poor and an audiobook can be consumed when one is taking the MRT, walking a dog or chopping vegetables.
Storytel Singapore country manager Shalu Wasu (above) says Singaporeans are time-poor and an audiobook can be consumed when one is taking the MRT, walking a dog or chopping vegetables.ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN

Swedish audiobook platform Storytel is working with three home-grown publishers to turn their titles into audiobooks

No time to read Singapore literature? Now you can listen to it on your daily commute instead, as an international audiobook platform strives to win Singapore listeners by producing local content.

Swedish audiobook platform Storytel launched here two weeks ago and is working with three home-grown publishers - Epigram Books, Marshall Cavendish and Armour Publishing - to turn their titles into audiobooks.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 07, 2019, with the headline 'Listen out for more Sing Lit'. Print Edition | Subscribe