The Book Council organises festivals, workshops and events related to writing, publishing, storytelling, reading and many more. To stay updated, join us on our various platforms. The Singapore Book Council Academy, our training arm, has a comprehensive website for the workshops.
The calendar also lists local literary events that are not organised by us. Know of an event that should be listed here? Let us know!
The Academy runs short courses, workshops and master classes in publishing, writing, reading and storytelling. Our workshops meet the training needs of professionals and the wider public. Our local and international trainers from countries such as the United Kingdom, United States and Australia are established, credible professionals from the literary arts and publishing field.
Bridging Borders: The SEA Lit Project
SBC X SWF
Join SBC at Singapore Writers Festival as we present over 20 programmes that will run from 1-10th November 2019!
Celebrating its 22nd edition this year, the Singapore Writers Festival (SWF) is regarded as one of Asia’s premier literary events. This year, SBC has partnered with the festival to present over 20 programmes that cover Translation, Youth Fringe, SWF Classroom and Industry related topics. SBC has closely worked with the SWF Youth Curators to conceptualise the Youth Fringe programmes this year.
Over the years, SWF has become an exciting meeting point of writers and thinkers in a choice spread of lectures, panel discussions, workshops, masterclasses and performances across the 10 days.
For more information about the programmes, do view below.
SBC Campus is our school outreach programme that brings Singapore Literature closer to students.
Open: Singapore Young Writers Lab
All In! Young Writers Festival has been revamped to become Open: Singapore Young Writers Lab, a year-round programme consisting of talks, workshops and mentorships for writers between the ages of 13 and 25.
#BuySingLit is an industry-led movement to celebrate stories from Singapore. Advocating ‘Buy Local, Read Our World’, homegrown book publishers, retailers and literary non-profits have come together to encourage more people to discover and embrace Singapore’s literature.