This programme includes a live Q&A towards the end of the session.
Writers / Presenters
Neil Humphreys is the best-selling humorist and crime fiction author of 25 books. His works on Singapore – from Notes from an Even Smaller Island (2001) to Saving a Sexier Island: Notes from an Old Singapore (2015) – remain extremely popular. His new Inspector Low series takes a Singaporean detective from the Little Red Dot to London. His latest novel, Bloody Foreigners, is an international bestseller.
Ovidia Yu’s Aunty Lee mysteries and History Tree mysteries are all set mostly in Singapore, and celebrate (or call out!) what she loves and would like to see more of. The only thing she probably enjoys more than writing is reading.
Dr Anjana Rai Chaudhuri lived in India, America, and England, before settling in Singapore. A retired scientist, she now writes fiction. Her historical romance, The Scent of Frangipani, was published by Monsoon Books (UK) in 2019. Her crime thriller, A Time for Murder, is published by Penguin Random House SEA in 2021.
Mindy Pang has more than a decade of experience handling the editorial and marketing at Marshall Cavendish International. She was the driving force behind key publications as a senior editor and currently develops marketing strategies to help the publishing house remain a leading publisher in Asia and beyond.