Interlogue: Studies in Singapore Literature, Vol. 2: Poetry
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edited by Kirpal Singh
Following the success of the first volume on Singapore Fiction, the second volume of Interlogue will focus on Poetry in Singapore. Besides well-known poets such as Edwin Thumboo and Lee Tzu Pheng, essays in this volume will also discuss the new generation of poets that have emerged in recent years. Edited by Kirpal Singh, contributors include Leong Liew Geok (Singapore), Dennis Haskell (Australia), Chelva Kanaganayakam (Canada), Rajeev Patke (Singapore), Louis James (U.K.) and Tope Omoniyi (U.K).
About the Editor
Kirpal Singh was the Head of the Division of Literature and Drama at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore). He is currently with the newly established Singapore Management University as Head of Cultural Studies. Singh is also an internationally recognised scholar and creative writer. He edits the prestigious journal, World Literature Written in English and sits on the boards of numerous international journals and associations.