Other Stuff

CAMP LIT 2022: CREATURE FEATURES
(Includes my workshop, “Haunting Your Headphones”, 2022)

Calling all lovers of hair-raising tales and creepypasta fans, this ones for you! Join us for our seventh edition of Camp Lit, entitled Creature Features!

Through the theme of horror and thrillers in text and film, this camp delves into different aspects of what makes stories scary, exciting and keeps people wanting more. In our most interdisciplinary camp yet, learn how to script your own horror podcasts with Wayne Rée; write your own screenplay with Suffian Hakim and Joseph Tan (you’ll even get to try your hand at filming it!); address your own inner demons through spoken word poetry with Jocelyn Suarez; create your own suspenseful murder mystery with Neil Humphreys and draft a poem for your favourite local haunter with Natalie Wang. We’ll discuss some of our favourite, or guilty pleasure, scary films, timeless horror stories and share some of the creepy tales we’ve heard through the grapevines.

Organised by Sing Lit Station


Coming Soon

INTERNAL DAMNATION: PICK YOUR HELL
(With Benjamin Chee, 2022)
In partnership with developers Lionfish Studios and audio studio Imba Interactive, creators Wayne Rée and Benjamin Chee bring you a hilarious and/or harrowing interactive text game where you play as an intern in the hellish corporation known only as The Company.

Impress your supervisors by fetching coffee, crafting SEO-friendly social media posts and slogging through your average internship tasks. Just try not to get killed! (Oh, and a little word of warning: never trust your colleagues – especially the demons.)

Drawing from the world of Work-Life Balance, Internal Damnation: Pick Your Hell features stunning isometric diorama illustrations and ambient music that bring this standalone story to life.

Produced by Difference Engine, Lionfish Studios and Imba Interactive


GHOST MAPS
(With Kyle Ong, 2019 – current)

Ghost Maps follows a mysterious narrator as he chronicles the supernatural in Singapore and around Southeast Asia. Inspired by stories generously shared by real people.

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