On Interracial relationships, topsy turvy worlds, and the Nenek Keropok—The Launch of Collected Plays Three by Alfian Sa’at
Jul 24, 2019
On 13 July 2019, Collected Plays Three, which brings together four of Alfian Sa’at’s award-winnin...
"A representation of very human uncertainties about faith and meaning in life": In Conversation with Fairoz Ahmad
Jul 10, 2019
Every time a new book is published, the author is invited to have a conversation with us. I am p...
"Fairytales, Representation, and History" — Interpreter of Winds Launch Review
Jul 5, 2019
On 28 June, Ethos Books launched the latest book in the orbit series: Interpreter of Winds by Fai...
First Reads: Interpreter of Winds
Jun 7, 2019
Often an unnoticed caress on our faces, winds are voiceless and formless. How do we interpret the...
Cover Reveal: Interpreter of Winds
May 7, 2019
Early morning Saturday, we sat down with Elizabeth Lim to find out more about how the book cover ...
First Look: Gaze Back
Nov 19, 2018
"Nasi Kang Kang" is the opening poem in GAZE BACK, the debut collection of poetry by Marylyn Tan.
"Why should we be anything but writers?" – What We Represent When We Talk About Representation
Apr 6, 2017
by Jennifer Kwan (From left to right: Jennifer Kwan, Krishna Udayasankar, Noelle Q. de Jesus, Ji...
Krishna Udayasankar on the power of myths and exploring universal questions through writing
Mar 28, 2017
by Jennifer Kwan This March 2017, we're exploring #intersections and focusing discussion around t...
Jinat Rehana Begum on the accessibility of Southeast Asian lit, and her thoughts on First Fires
Mar 23, 2017
by Jennifer Kwan This March 2017, we're exploring #intersections and focusing discussion around...
Noelle Q. de Jesus on underrated female Asian writers and the taboo of writing about sex
Mar 16, 2017
by Jennifer Kwan and Katrina Yeow This March 2017, we're exploring #intersections and focusing di...