Charlene Shepherdson

Charlene Shepherdson is a Singaporean poet and community organiser focused on language in written, performative and visual forms. She is interested in heritage, technology and creative education. Her poems have been published in From Walden to Woodlands and UnFree Verse (Ethos Books), A Luxury We Cannot Afford, SingPoWriMo 2014: The Anthology (Math Paper Press) and The Straits Times. Her visual poetry has been displayed in The Arts House, The Substation and in Singapore libraries under National Art Council’s Project LAVA. She is currently working on the textures of text through textiles.

Dust | Debu-Debu

How do I tell a story to all of the uninvited dust that momentarily comes and dwells in the crevices of my life? Will my question be answered as the wind holds its tongue, quietly sprinkling dust across the earth? …

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Bukit Panjang

a first memory running from head to toe: as the sun loses grace, cheeky children return to their homes late with a wipe of their brows and wind playing in their ears. in the garden alone, a young pair of …

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