SINGAPORE NETWORKING NIGHT
Mon 15 Apr, 1700-1800
Stand X455, Earls Court 2
» Come meet and network with Singaporean writers, publishers, lit arts administrators etc.
TRANSLATION FLOWS IN ASIA
Tue 16 Apr, 1645 - 1745
Literary Translation Centre, EC2
» Alvin Pang and other int’l translation pros explore translation flows - into Asia, between various Asian countries, and out of Asia - discussing trends and key issues, as well as the role of the English language in the process.
SINGAPORE SLINGERS - MEET THE AUTHORS BEHIND NEW SINGAPORE WRITING
Tue 16 Apr 1900 - 2030
Daunt Books Chelsea, 158-164 Fulham Road, London SW10 9PR
» Alvin Pang (poet, editor), Colin Cheong (novelist), David Seow (children’s author), Rosaline Ting (playwright) introduce their work.
LBF 2013 LOVE LEARNING: NEW VOICES FROM SINGAPORE
Wed 17 Apr 1300 - 1400
Wellington Room, Earls Court 1
» Publishers Fong Hoe Fang, Jayapriya Vasudevan, Philip Tatham and NAC Lit Arts Director Paul Tan discuss S’pore’s cosmopolitan and multilingual literature as well as rich infrastructural support (funding, IP, market etc.)
UN(DIS)COVERED TREASURES? WRITINGS FROM A UNIQUE ISLAND
Wed 17 Apr 1900 - 2030
Woolfson & Tay Bookshop, 39 Bear Lane, London SE1 0UH
» Writers Alvin Pang, Colin Cheong, Joshua Ip and publisher Edmund Wee discuss issues of creativity, readership, and the global marketplace.
— George Szirtes— ‘The Idea of Subject in Poetry’ (via jslr)