Creative Work Database

Listing of creative work related to Singapore.

Our new Creative Work database is a repository for literary and dramatic works related to Singapore which are written by FASS Faculty and Students, past and present. The contents of this work-in-progress call on the theories and techniques taught and researched at FASS. Some of the creative work links to a sample of the original text. Research is also ongoing and the database will grow as we continue to update it. Items with the symbol “i” indicate that an abstract is available.

To search more effectively, please use the MLA or APA citation style which uses the author’s last name and initials.

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  • 1.
    Junoesq Literary Journal
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    Languages: English
    Categories: Essay, Poetry, Short Story
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    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Short Story
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    "The Cuckoo Conundrum", From The NTU-NAC Writing Residencies Chapbooks, Singapore: Ethos Books and Nanyang Technological University, 2016, Print.
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    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Novella
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    “Starfruit”, Womango, Singapore: Rank Books, 1998, 49, Print.
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    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Poetry, Theatre Studies
  • 6.
    “Made in Singapore: iCordelia”, Cordelia, Singapore: Ethos Books, 2012, 90-91, Print.
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    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Poetry
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    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Poetry, Theatre Studies
  • 8.
    “Modern Singapore Poetry: An Introduction”, HOW2, 2.3 (Spring 2005), Web.
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    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Essay, Theatre Studies
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    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Poetry, Theatre Studies
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    “Roger”, HOW2, 2.3 (Spring 2005), Web.
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    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Poetry, Theatre Studies
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    “Starfruit”, Writing Singapore: An Historical Anthology of Singapore Literature, Eds. P. Holden, S. G. -L. Lim and A. Poon, Singapore: NUS Press: National Arts Council Singapore, 2009, 524, Print.
    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Poetry, Theatre Studies
  • 12.
    “Mermaid Princess”, Womango, Singapore: Rank Books, 1998, 21-4, Print.
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    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Poetry
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    “Orange”, Womango, Singapore: Rank Books, 1998, 96, Print.
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    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Poetry
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    “The World’s Favourite Muck”, Womango, Singapore: Rank Books, 1998, 71, Print.
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    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Poetry
  • 15.
    “Musing on the Merlion Myth”, Cordelia, Singapore: Ethos Books, 2012, 80-81, Print.
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    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Poetry
  • 16.
    Singapore Literature in English: An Anthology, Singapore: National University Press, 2008, Print.
    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Poetry, Theatre Studies
  • 17.
    “Tom Waits’ Singapore (Redux Version)”, Cordelia, Singapore: Ethos Books, 2012, 80-81, Print.
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    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Poetry
  • 18.
    “Musing On The Merlion Myth”, Reflecting On The Merlion: An Anthology of Poems eEd. Edwin Thumboo & Yeow Kai Chai, Firstfruits Publications, 2009, Print.
    Languages: English
    Categories: Poetry
  • 19.
    Ajar, Singapore: Ethos Books, 2012, Print.
    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Poetry, Theatre Studies
  • 20.
    “Dewy”, Fish Eats Lion, Ed. Jason Erik Lundberg, Singapore: Math Paper Press, 2012, Print.
    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Short Story, Theatre Studies
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