poetry.sg is an educational / critical resource on all things Singaporean poetry, conceptualised and managed by a dedicated team of staffers and volunteers at Sing Lit Station. Launched in 2015 with support from the National Arts Council, poetry.sg is an online database of local poets that comes with an accompanying catalogue of biographies, samples of selected poetry, video recordings and critical essays written by academics and other local writers alike.
15 Feb 2019: poetry.sg has a bold new look! Forthcoming still is an index of our poems, an index of our contributors’ names, as well as more poems by Zulfadli Rashid, Mohamed Latiff Mohamed, and Noorhaqmal Mohamed Noor.
Having appeared in a handful of anthologies (including the landmark No Other City: An Ethos Anthology of Urban Poetry, edited by Aaron Lee and Alvin Pang), Ho’s first and only collection to date, Katong and Other Poems (UniPress, 1994), would come to be regarded as the culmination of a life’s work, carefully sown and bountifully harvested in a generous volume of sixty-eight poems... Read the rest of Daryl Qilin Yam’s critical introduction to Ho Poh Fun >