Singapore Apprenticeship in Literary Translation (SALT)

Singapore Apprenticeship in Literary Translation (SALT)

Applications for SALT have been extended to 28 February 2019, Thursday.

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OPEN: Singapore Young Writers Lab

Open: singapore young writers lab

Explore and develop your craft and love for writing at OPEN: Singapore Young Writers Lab, a developmental platform for writers between 13 to 25 years old. OPEN is a revamp of the All In! Young Writers Festival.

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THE FIRST 50 YEARS OF THE NBDCS

VIEW THE FIRST 50 YEARS OF THE NBDCS ONLINE!

 

The First 50 Years of the NBDCS

Training Room For Hire

Training Room For Hire

To book our Training Room, please download the Training Room Booking Form and email the completed form to [email protected].

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SLP 2018 COMMEMORATIVE BOOK

View the Singapore Literature Prize 2018 Commemorative Book online! 

 

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The Book Council Bulletin

The Book Council Bulletin

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[Calendar]Upcoming Events
Spinning Tales with Paper
Training by SBC Academy
Mar 30 (Sat), 9:30am – 12:30pm

Engage 4 - 8 years old through stories with paper folds!

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A PICTURE THAT WAS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS [Dec 31]

By Wee Li Shyen Diploma in Creative Writing for Television & New Media Singapore Polytechnic A photo of Sun Yat Sen in his family home was the inspiration for Tjio Kayloe’s first book (Photo of Tjio Kayloe by Wee Li Shyen)   An aged photo sparked one man... Details

CREATING COMMUNITIES THROUGH WRITING

CREATING COMMUNITIES THROUGH WRITING [Dec 31]

By Raine Koh Diploma in Creative Writing for TV and New Media Singapore Polytechnic Poet Theophilus Kwek grew up in a family of doctors but prefers to give back to the community via his writing. (Photo credit: Raine Koh)   Theophilus Kwek has come a long way from when he... Details

THE MAKINGS OF A SINGAPOREAN WRITER

THE MAKINGS OF A SINGAPOREAN WRITER [Dec 31]

By Hidayah Iskandar Diploma in Creative Writing for TV and New Media Singapore Polytechnic Tan Hwee Hwee’s novels have brought her accolades but fiction writing is on hold for now because she says the process make her feel so lonely. (Photo credit: Hidayah Iskandar)   Novelist, journalist, editor,... Details

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