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"Essentially, literature is speculative. All literature expresses the frontiers of the imagination… but we specifically wanted to explore the rise of speculative fiction that combines the supernatural or futuristic with literary fiction, a phenomenon that's taking place in Singapore and other countries." ~ Yeow Kai Chai.

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David Sedaris.

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Paddy Hirsch.

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Rachel Heng.

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Miriam Meckel.

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Aaron Lee.

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Sarah Churchwell.

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Robin Lee.

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Jeff Goodell.

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Xia Jia.
BOOKS

Out Of This World

Explore other realms and dimensions at the upcoming Singapore Writers Festival 2018
Sep 28, 2018 5:50 AM

SINGAPORE'S BIGGEST literary phenomenon in recent years has been speculative fiction. Local writers are increasingly incorporating supernatural or science-fiction elements into their narrative fiction and winning acclaim here and around the world.

Rachel Heng's much talked-about debut

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