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The horror the horror
QLRS Vol. 1 No. 1 Oct 2001

Contents

Editorial
Poetry
Short Stories
Essays
Criticism
Interviews
Extra Media
The Classic Poem
The Singaporean Poem
The Acid Tongue


Editorial
On right responses.

Poetry

Fair Youth
By Arthur Yap.

On Offal
By Arthur Yap.

Elegy
By John Tranter.

Incendium Amoris
By Alvin Pang.

Garden City
By Gilbert Koh.

My Father Growing Old
By Gilbert Koh.

Babysitting
By Megan Ng.

The Wandering Eye
By Dominic Chua.

Concealed Exit Ahead
By Yeow Kai Chai.

Short Stories

Jasmine's Father
By Paul Tan.

Frenzy and a Dinner from the Fridge
By Ng Shing Yi.

Dysfunctional
By Hongen.

Even the Air is Still
By Daren Shiau.

Essays

In Search of the Lotus Land
Tan Hwee Hwee gets spiritual.

Unsettling Ways of Exile
Eddie Tay on Wong Phui Nam.

Criticism

The Gift That Keeps On Giving
Jeremy Samuel reviews Hanif Kureishi's Gabriel's Gift.

The Emperor's New Book
Toh Hsien Min reviews Seamus Heaney's Electric Light.

The Beautiful and the Damned
Toh Hsien Min reviews Anne Carson's The Beauty of the Husband.

Interviews

Mammon and the Discipline of Writing
Interview with Tan Hwee Hwee, Singapore's novelist of the moment.

Extra Media

Tracing Mental Images
Li Xueying investigates identity and existence in the postmodern landscape of eXistenZ and I Love a Man in Uniform.

Autumn of the Matriarch
Richard Lord reviews Wild Rice's production of the Singapore classic Emily of Emerald Hill.

Elton's still standing after a long, dry spell
Yong Shu Hoong reviews Elton Johnís latest album, Songs From The West Coast.

The Classic Poem

Gerard Manley Hopkins's 'Spring and Fall'

The Singaporean Poem

Alfian Sa'at's 'Autobiography'

The Acid Tongue

Stephen Whited washes Don Paterson and Seamus Heaney


Edited by:
Chief/Poetry: Toh Hsien Min
Short Stories: Winnie Lee
Essays: Heng Siok Tian and Elaine Foo
Criticism and Interviews: Elaine Foo
Extra Media: Sunita Krishna
The Singaporean Poem and The Classic Poem: Alvin Pang
The Acid Tongue: Cyril Wong
Technical: C. S. C. Lee


QLRS Vol. 1 No. 1 Oct 2001

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