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Singapore Lit


Quarterly Literary Review Singapore could probably be considered our national literary journal. It regularly features fiction, essays, and poetry from some of the finest writers working in Singapore today (check out the list of contributors). For nine years, QLRS has charted the literary landscape of our little red dot. Such a staid and respected literary institution is perhaps the last place a Singaporean SF reader might look to find speculative fiction.

But at least two stories of a surreal nature, by yours truly, have been published there in the past year:

In Jurong,” Vol. 8, No. 4, Oct 2009

The Red Dot Pentaptych,” Vol. 9, No. 2, Apr 2010

Now, mine can’t be the only pieces at QLRS with a surreal or speculative bent, but I sadly don’t have time to go through the archives to find other examples. If readers out there would be willing to do so, please link to them in the comments to this entry so that we might have a record of all the SF that QLRS has published.


About Jason Erik Lundberg

Author, editor, anthologist, sushi lover: Strange Mammals, Red Dot Irreal, BNSSS, Fish Eats Lion, Bo Bo and Cha Cha, etc. Founding Editor of LONTAR.


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