PROGRAMME DETAILS

隐型城市:记忆与虚构

隐型城市:记忆与虚构

Conversations

DATE / TIME

2 Nov, Sat 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
60mins

VENUE

The Arts House, Blue Room
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Festival Pass Event

S$25

LANGUAGE

此节目将以中文进行
This session is in Mandarin

MODERATED BY

Hee Wai Siam 许维贤

DESCRIPTION

城市,就该全是大同小异、如出一辙吗?现实的城市和记忆中的城市有着什么样的关联?香港和新加坡双城三位作家汇聚,探讨借助记忆中的城市捕捉瞬息万变的现实城市,究竟有多可靠可信;他们又是如何在各自的小说、散文和诗作中记录城市,勾勒持续变化的都市景观。


Invisible Cities: Memory and Fiction

Are all cities alike in one way or another? What is the relationship between the city and one’s memory of it? Three writers from Hong Kong and Singapore discuss the (un)reliability of their memories in capturing the ever-changing cityscape, and how the city figures in their prose and poetry.

This session is in Mandarin.

FEATURING

Wong Yi

Hong Kong

香港作家,香港藝術發展獎2018藝術新秀獎(文學藝術)得主,並曾獲青年文學獎、大學文學獎、中文文學創作獎等小說獎項。著有小說集《林葉的四季》(2019)、《補丁之家》(2015)、《據報有人寫小說》(2010)。香港大學心理學及比較文學一級榮譽社會科學學士、英國倫敦大學國王學院英語文學碩士畢業,現任《字花》編輯,並曾擔任香港青年文學獎等評審。曾任《明報周刊》、《明報星期日生活》、《字花》、《linepaper》》、《香港中學生文藝月刊》、《大頭菜文藝月刊》專欄作家,作品獲收錄於《感知西半山——就是自然》、《自由如綠》、《香港短篇小說選2013-2014》、《聲音與象限——字花十年選小說卷》、台灣《印刻文學生活誌》2013年10月號「超新星」黃怡小輯、《印刻文學生活誌》2011年4月號〈香港文學作品選讀〉單元等。

Wong Yi is a Hong Kong writer, columnist, and editor-at-large at Fleurs Des Lettres. She has won numerous literary awards, including the Hong Kong Arts Development Awards 2018 Award for Young Artist (Literary Arts). She is the author of three short story collections: The Four Seasons of Lam Yip (2019), Patched Up (2015), and News Stories (2010).
 

Wong Yi is featured in the following SWF event(s):
Wong Koi Tet

Singapore

黄凯德46岁,目前为南洋理工大学中文系兼职讲师,主要教授现代文学和创意写作的相关课程。自新加坡国立大学毕业,后来获得南大硕士文凭,过去在报馆任职记者长达7年。曾与友人开办制作公司,并撰写了数部电视电影的剧本,也经常为本地报章和杂志撰写社会和文化观察的专栏。2015年获选成为南大中文系驻校作家,现已出版过作品包括:《跳死为止。》(文集,1995年)、《修订版》(诗集,1996年)、《代志》(散文与短篇小说集,2004年)、《又暗又光亮》(文化评论集,2015年)、《三四行》(半诗集,2016年)、《dakota》(地方散文书写,2018)、《豹变》(短篇小说集,2019)。

Wong Koi Tet, 46, is currently a part-time lecturer with Nanyang Technological University's Chinese department teaching modern Chinese literature and creative writing. He was previously a Chinese newspaper journalist for 7 years. Appointed the NTU-NAC Writer-in-residence in the first half of 2015, he has published seven books of both fiction and non-fiction, the latest being Black Panther, a short-story collection reimagining various historical events of Singapore.

Wong Koi Tet is featured in the following SWF event(s):

Teo Kok Keong began writing prose, poems, and fiction in 2012, after which his work was frequently published in LianHe Zaobao. His main literary focus is on fiction and in 2014, he published Traveller X Mystic Map (Taipei Showme). His work seeks an understanding of the relationship between humanity and technology, making use of this unique combination to search for light and darkness in mankind.

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