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QLRS Vol. 23 No. 1 Jan 2024
It would never be as much fun.
by Soh Yong Xiang
A Summary of the News
by Sarah Mak
by Tricia Tan
by Kenny Nguyen
at the ball game
by Jonathan Chan
A Vision of Limits
by Paul Freidinger
Bugs I Remember
by Ace Chu
love letter from an atom to the universe:
by Geraldine Chong
by Clara Chow
by Nidhi Arora
Into the Wetlands
by Patrick Sagaram
The Man Who Woke Up with Wings
by John Andrew M. del Prado
EssaysLost and Found in Turkey
By Ho Ai Li.
CriticismLoss and Discovery: The Important Reconstruction of Mervin Mirapuri’s Last Work
Jonathan Chan reviews Mervin Mirapuri.
A Poetic Statement – and a Linguistic One
Laura Jane Lee reviews Mary Jean Chan.
Practitioner, Activist, Poet
Crispin Rodrigues reviews Kirsten Han.
Geographies of the Self
Jasmine Goh reviews Ally Chua and Marc Nair.
This Article is a Stub
Dylan Kwok reviews Drawn to Satire.
Reading Architectural and Social History as a Personal Journey Home
Phan Ming Yen reviews Everyday Modernism.
A Delicacy of Feeling
Pallavi Narayan reviews Malachi Edwin Vethamani.
InterviewsProust Questionnaire: 17 questions with Barrie Sherwood
Proust Questionnaire: 17 questions with Max Pasakorn
Chief/Poetry: Toh Hsien Min
Short Stories: Yeow Kai Chai
Essays: Stephanie Ye
Criticism: Yong Shu Hoong
Interviews: Yeow Kai Chai and Yong Shu Hoong
Technical (non-editorial): Alvin Pang