The Right Station

I had a session at Sing Lit Station's Camp Lit the other day, where I conducted a workshop about writing horror podcasts. It was really fun for me and, I hope, for the students too – and it's my last big event for the year. Sure, I've got stuff lined up in December, but none... Continue Reading →


This year's Singapore Writers Festival was easily my favourite ever, for a variety of reasons. Every panel and discussion I was a part of was fun, thoughtful and enlightening. Lots of people – readers and attendees, as well as other authors – enthusiastically congratulated me on Work-Life Balance and even let me know that they... Continue Reading →

Watched List

I haven't been reading as many new books as I'd like. Mostly just making my way through Richard Stark's Parker novels and rereading Miracleman, before diving into Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham's continuation of the series. But I have been watching a decent chunk of stuff on streaming. Atlanta's new season is great, though season... Continue Reading →

The Voice of Vengeance

It's been a couple days since Kevin Conroy's passing – and I'm still trying to find the words. I thought I could talk about how, despite having so else much going for it, Batman: The Animated Series simply would not have presented the definitive version of the character for me without Conroy. His voice embodied... Continue Reading →

“A Particularly Bright Spot”

Yesterday's launch party for Work-Life Balance at Singapore Writers Festival went wonderfully. When I got home last night, I figured, hey, today'll be a nice, quiet chance to rest and recover from our celebration. Then I received a message from Ben this morning with a photo from today's edition of Singapore's national paper, The Straits... Continue Reading →

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