Joshua Ip

Joshua Ip is a Singaporean poet, editor and literary organiser. He has published four poetry collections with Math Paper Press, won the Singapore Literature Prize for his debut, sonnets from the singlish (2012), and placed in three different categories of the Golden Point Award. He has edited nine literary anthologies, including the A Luxury We Cannot Afford and the SingPoWriMo series. He directs Sing Lit Station, an overactive literary charity that runs community initiatives, including SingPoWriMo, the Hawker Prize for Southeast Asian Poetry, and He received the Young Artist Award from the National Arts Council (Singapore) in 2017.


We consciously eschewed the substantial but well-represented body of Singaporean poetry originally written in English, and instead sought out voices from Tamil, Malay, Chinese and more which have not been as well circulated in the anglophone literary world.

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8 Artworks by Michael Lee

Michael Lee | How Are Things (installation view with artist), 2018 My artworks are personal reflections on city living, with a focus on how space structures human thought, feelings and actions. Researching architectural heritage addresses my own poor memory of …

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