In Transit

If you're in Jakarta this Saturday, head on down to Transit Bookstore for a conversation between the store's team and Jannah, Sophia, and myself. It's our first international interview and we're all very excited about it. The event starts at 6:30pm (GMT+7), so get there early and save yourself a seat. Even if you're not... Continue Reading →

I Mean, Honestly…

You ever have one of (or even a few of) those weeks where you just wish everything would just go quiet for a day, just so you'd have time for absolutely nothing? Yeah, me too. I was tempted to preface this with something like, "It's stuff that I love that's keeping me busy though," and... Continue Reading →

Camp Crystal Lit

If you're a teacher in a Singaporean secondary school, or a Singaporean secondary school student who's interested in writing, come and be a part of Camp Lit, an annual event organised by Sing Lit Station for students aged thirteen to seventeen. Sing Lit Station This year's theme is Creature Features, so of course yours truly... Continue Reading →


I was going to wait till the end of the year – or at the very least till Work-Life Balance was on the shelves – to write this, but the Difference Engine team sent over a video the other day of our book getting printed. I don't know why, but that short video just overwhelmed... Continue Reading →

Hail to the King

2001: A Space Odyssey by Jack Kirby Yesterday was Jack Kirby's birthday. I spent it recording a new episode of Ghost Maps with Kyle, then sending in a submission – with my buddy, Abs Goh – for a new comics anthology. (Fingers crossed!) I can't find the exact quote, but I remember it was either... Continue Reading →

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