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Singapore Poetry Writing Month, or as we affectionately call it, SingPoWriMo.

Write one poem a day for thirty days in the cruel month of April that was the challenge thrown open to the wilderness of the interwebz. This anthology brings together the best of the hundreds of poems that were submitted, from verses written in response to fiendish "include-all-these-six-words-in-
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264 pages
Published 2014 by Math Paper Press
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Nabilah Said
Jan 13, 2015 rated it it was amazing
It's a joy to read. Sometimes I feel like reading a whole book of poetry can be rather trying, but the daily prompts help to keep the collection focused and engaging. ...more
Elizabeth H.
Dec 30, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Really REALLY enjoyed this collection. There's a poem here for everyone! I might even try my hand at some of the prompts :-) ...more
Angelin
Jan 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
An amazing collection that will definitely satisfy your poetry cravings with the eclectic range of poems from a variety of talented poets from all walks of life. And as Pooja Nansi, their editor mentioned, I had not only found one poem that I like, I found several!
Cherry
May 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing
A beautiful anthology that aptly showcases the sheer amount of local talent we have here. I personally enjoyed reading this a lot and it's definitely worth reading over and over again. ...more
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Ann Ang’s poetry, fiction and non-fiction have appeared in Eclectica Magazine, the Quarterly Literary Review of Singapore (QLRS), Ceriph, Kartika Review, The Common and elsewhere. Her first collection of short stories, titled Bang My Car (Math Paper Press, 2012), was launched at the Singapore Writers’ Festival 2012. An avid birdwatcher, she works as an educator in Singapore.

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