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by David Leo
This is a collection of poems that spans 20 years of writing. The poems may appear personal, but feelings of love, grief, mirth, hope and disappointment are definitely universal. David Leo writes simply, with a listening ear and an eye for form. You will have no problem identifying with the poet.
Some of his short stories have been adapted for the stage and television. In 2003, two of his short stories, “Picnic” and “The Story of a Good Man” were adapted for MediaCorp TV12’s The Singapore Short Story Project. Leo was also a judge in the nation’s prestigious NAC/SPH Golden Point Award competition for short stories in English in 2001. Between books, Leo writes commentaries on a wide range of subjects but specialises in aviation and customer service as a freelance columnist. He also enjoys travelling, swimming and word puzzles. A nature lover, he abhors cruelty to animals.