At a Crossroads
QLRS Vol. 2 No. 4 Jul 2003
On sites of cultural interchange.
PoetryA Famosa (the gap)
by D.J. Huppatz
The House After Her Death
by Amjad Nasser
by Judith Huang
by Vernyce Dannells
the girl who could love you
by Alvin Pang
Picture the Children
by Mani Rao
Speaking For My Father
by Jeremy Lim Mun Loong
by Grace Chua
by Srinjay Chakravarti
From Deadly Pollen
by Stephen Oliver
Short StoriesThe Land of the Blind
by Ng Shing Yi
EssaysPeripheral Beings and Loss in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things
Ng Shing Yi on Arundhati Roy.
Of Small Places and Big Spaces
Lee Seow Ser on living in Lorient.
Xu Xi's Hong Kong in four decades
By Amy T.Y. Lai.
Cyril Wong reviews City of Rain.
In The Observation Ward
Toh Hsien Min reviews No Visitors Allowed.
Don’t Judge An Anthology By Its Introduction aka Things That You Cannot Help But Notice
Anne Seah reviews Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover.
If It Ain't Spoilt...
Jeremy Tiang reviews PIE to SPOILT.
Ponderous Puns and Meandering Metaphors
Ng Wei Chian reviews The Manic Memoirs of Terry Ho.
Extra MediaResounding Silent Film
Loh Jee Kean reviews Little Toys by Mark Chan and Friends.
At the Leipzig Gewandhaus
Jason Wee reviews the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra.
The Monastery of Mercy
Cyril Wong reviews Meredith Monk's mercy.
Thinking Global, Acting Local
Richard Lord reviews Singapore theatre at the Singapore Arts Festival.
Comedies of Manners, Manners of Comedy
Richard Lord reviews Nonsensical Idiosyncrasies and The Rivals.
The Acid TongueDan Schneider connects the dots
Chief/Poetry: Toh Hsien Min
Short Stories: Chia Yueh Chin
Essays: Heng Siok Tian and Elaine Foo
Criticism and Interviews: Elaine Foo and Chia Yueh Chin
Extra Media: Cyril Wong and Chia Yueh Chin
The Acid Tongue: Cyril Wong
Issue illustration by: Terence Heng