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Got questions for a noted #author and creative #writing teacher ?

Since I live and write out of Singapore, it features in a major way on this blog and in my writing. I’ve been posting writing advice and interviews from creative writing and publishing experts, and today, one of the luminaries of the current Singapore literary scene, Felix Cheong, has agreed to a chat here at Daily (w)rite. I get to ask him a bunch of questions about creative writing, his work, Singapore, and how all these three mesh together. Feel free to add questions of your own after you’ve read his interview.

Have You Read Speculative Poetry?

I’ve really enjoyed reading Shelly’s poetry and have written about it. Have you ever read speculative poetry? Would you like to give it a try? (I’ll be giving out copies of Shelly’s book to two randomly chosen commenters.) Do you have questions for Shelly Bryant?

A Simurgh for our times?

Shelly Bryant with The Lined Palm I’m not a poet, but I love the bite of a poem, the tooth-someness of it, how a bite-sized portion turns out to be a feast. Been reading the slim volume of poetry The Lined Palm by Shelly Bryant, a gift from her.   And as I read her lines…

A Simurgh for our times?

Shelly Bryant with The Lined Palm I’m not a poet, but I love the bite of a poem, the tooth-someness of it, how a bite-sized portion turns out to be a feast. Been reading the slim volume of poetry The Lined Palm by Shelly Bryant, a gift from her.   And as I read her lines…

What do you feel about what you’re doing today? Give me a few lines!

The picture and  poem snippet to the left about sums up what I’m feeling about my writing today. I feel my writing today is sharp, and clear, almost too easy. It makes me afraid. —– What about you? What are you doing today? Reading, writing, gardening, cooking, chores, caregiving? How does it make you feel?…