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Text in the City

Another grassroots poetry writing activity came into the literary scene recently via Text in the City, an Arts House and NAC campaign “to boost the awareness and appreciation of Singapore poetry.” Among poetry fora, Text in the City is unique in that it has a corresponding App, which in today’s tech-driven world makes participation relatively easier. 190 more words

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Launching Not One Book But Three

Vast Imaginations is the first writing group for children’s authors I joined after moving to Winnipeg. On Sunday afternoon three members of that group launched books at McNally Robinson Booksellers.   383 more words

Winnipeg

Words Weekly, Chapter 2:

Adventures in Criminal Justice…and Texas

Time to waste some digital ink on two of my favorite subjects. (Check out Chapter 1 for this blog post’s objective.) 1,205 more words

Writing

Ebooks vs. Print Books Revisited

While speaking to a friend and businessman today he surprised me when he said that a very small percentage of books sold are eBooks. I was surprised because I thought the number of eBooks sold as compared to print books was more than that. 460 more words

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SingPoWriMo 2014: Anthology

Singapore Poetry Writing Month or SingPoWriMo is a curious phenomenon in the literary scene: it started out in the virtual world (a Facebook group set up in April), where members/poets of every stripe, young and old, veterans and emerging were challenged to respond to daily prompts during the “cruel month of April” aka Poetry Month. 604 more words

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Walking the Tightrope

I’ve known it forever: There are a million stories trapped inside my memory, and at a touch of pen to paper they will flood onto the page. 279 more words

Western Writings (WWU)

Which Book To Read First By M.L.Kilian

I’ve been asked this question a lot lately, when discussions about my books come about. It got me thinking that I needed to include the answer in my blog, to make sure it’s public knowledge.   307 more words

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