DATE / TIME
2 Nov, Sat
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
VENUENational Gallery Singapore, Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium
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This session is in English
Khoo Sim Eng
Ever encountered a minor character in a novel and thought about what would happen if you retold a story from their perspective? These writers have. Join them in a conversation about the process of reclaiming narratives and how reimagining perspectives can spin a whole worldview on its axis.
This session is made possible with the assistance of the Embassy of France.
Kamel Daoud is an Algerian journalist and writer based in Algeria. He contributes a weekly column to Le Point and his articles are regularly reprinted around the world. His novel The Meursault Investigation won the Prix Goncourt du Premier Roman 2015. In June 2019 he received the Cino Del Duca Foundation World Prize.
Photo credit: Philippe Matsas
Brittany Cavallaro is the New York Times bestselling author of the Charlotte Holmes novels, including A Study in Charlotte and, most recently, A Question of Holmes (HarperCollins/Katherine Tegen Books). With Emily Henry, she is the author of Hello Girls (HarperCollins/Katherine Tegen Books). She is also the author of the poetry collections Girl-King and Unhistorical, both from University of Akron Press. She received her MFA in creative writing from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her PhD in English literature from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Photo credit: Kit Williamson
"Knock! Knock!" "Who's there?" "Suffian." "Suffian who?" "Suffian Hakim, Singaporean author of two novels, one a supernatural comedy called The Minorities and the other a parody called Harris bin Potter and The Stoned Philosopher. My books have sold in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Egypt, and the UK." "That's not quite how the joke works, sir."Suffian Hakim is featured in the following SWF event(s):