It’s time to burn all your SparkNotes and cheatsheets. There’s a life beyond agonising over the “true” meaning of the text, unleashing your frustration with unreliable narrators, and ragequitting unsolved mystery cliffhangers. We’ve brought in three writers who thrive in the unknown, and for whom aggravating ambiguity transforms into imaginative possibilities. How deep will the rabbit hole go? Come and find out for yourself.
Writers / Presenters
Clarissa Goenawan is an Indonesian-born Singaporean writer and translator. Her short stories have won several awards. Rainbirds, her debut novel, has been published in eleven different languages.
Ang Shuang is the author of the poetry collection How to Live With Yourself (Math Paper Press, 2022). A Best of the Net nominee, Shuang holds an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College. Her work has been seen in The Rumpus, Wildness, and SingPoWriMo.
Barrie Sherwood is the author of three novels and a collection of short stories. He lives in Singapore.