Ng Yi-Sheng is a Singaporean writer in multiple genres, including poetry, fiction, drama and journalism. He remains the youngest poet to win the Singapore Literature Prize, which he received for his debut collection “last boy”. He is a founding member of the spoken word troupe the Party Action People, and will soon be publishing his slam poems in a collection titled “Loud Poems for a Very Obliging Audinece.” He is currently maintaining the Singapore International Festival of Arts Blog, as well as the Asian history Tumblr East Is Everywhere. He tweets and instagrams at @yishkabob.
The Cooler Lumpur Festival and If Walls Could Talk present: A spoken word poetry showcase. “Speak, only when spoken to” Bridging the gap with verse and rhyme, watch spoken word poets from Kuala Lumpur, UK and Singapore walk their borderlines to tell you their side of the story. Be it tales of their heart or […]