Fish Eats Lion Redux: Review
In his new anthology, Fish Eats Lion Redux, editor Jason Erik Lundberg explores what it means to be Singaporean and what Singapore is through the lens of speculative fiction.
Bringing Our Zoo To You
How can zoos function in an age of lockdown and quarantine? By finding new ways to connect with animal lovers.
The Melancholic Art of Breadmaking
On a lonely afternoon, a boy makes some bread. Watch this short film made by me.
All the World’s A Fish Tank
Explore the strange world of tech through a strange goldfish analogy.
No, the Bible isn’t a long book—and other interesting facts about the world’s number one bestseller
You might know the Bible is the world’s best seller, but did you know Harry Potter is longer than the Bible?
Lord of the (Toilet) Rolls and other books to read during your quarantine
Before you enter what will feel like One Hundred Years of Quarantine, here are some books to take with you.
18 Walls by Teo Xue Shen: a review
18 Walls is an ambitious novel with too much going on in too little time. But it’s still worth a read. Here’s why.
“Doing what you love means you’ll never work a day in your life”. Erm, yeah right
You probably heard this quote at some graduation ceremony or some mid-life crises oh-no-what-I-am-doing-I-hate-my-life advice website, but before you declare it the greatest idea ever and start pro golfing or something, maybe the quote isn’t as true as some people say it is.
Yes, we know, many classics had racist stereotypes. That’s not a reason to stop reading them
Dr. Seuss is the latest author under fire for racist caricatures in his works. But we shouldn’t censor them just because of that.