Moving On Up
QLRS Vol. 3 No. 3 Apr 2004
On accommodation and accommodations.
PoetryPermission To Write
by Koh Tsin Yen
Three Poems on Lost In Translation
by Ng Teng Kuan
The roots of everyday things are sunk deep
by Brandon Lee
by Edlyn Ang
On Ocean Street, Carlsbad, California
by Kirby Wright
by Jan Oskar Hansen
Quiet Virtuoso: Laurindo Almeida
by Oscar Balajadia
For A Gymnopedie By Satie
by Oswald LeWinter
Short StoriesKilling Jack Russells
by Marshall J. Getz
by G.J. Reynolds
When Bodies Fall
by Jerry Vilhotti
CriticismDeath Is A Ceremony
Robert Yeo reviews Cyril Wong's unmarked treasure.
Light As Ash
Cyril Wong reviews Heng Siok Tian's Contouring.
A Wilting Bloom
Paul Tan reviews Eunice Chew's The Sea In Blossom.
Sky In A Hundred Puddles
Toh Hsien Min reviews W.B. Keckler's Sanskrit of the Body.
InterviewsCross-Pollination in Poetry
Felix Cheong interviews Frieda Hughes.
China as Full-Time Occupation
Felix Cheong interviews Adam Williams.
Extra MediaLove Is All You Knead
Richard Lord reviews February drama.
Laugh Across The Atlantic
Richard Lord reviews recent comedy in Singapore.
Clearly, A Mark Of Some Achievement
Richard Lord on The Gospel According To Mark.
The Acid TongueJames Campbell finds dark and light in the territory of Love
Chief/Poetry: Toh Hsien Min
Short Stories: Yeow Kai Chai
Essays: Heng Siok Tian and Elaine Foo
Criticism: Chia Yueh Chin and Cyril Wong
Interviews: Elaine Foo
Extra Media: Cyril Wong and Chia Yueh Chin
The Acid Tongue: Cyril Wong
Issue illustration by: Toh Hsien Min