The 15th edition of the Singapore Writers Festival came to a successful conclusion on Sunday (Nov 11) after […]
The Singapore Literature Prize will be open to non-fiction literary works from 2014, announced Acting Minister for Culture, Community and Youth Lawrence Wong at the 2012 Singapore Literature Prize Awards Ceremony on Friday.
Mr Wong, who is also the Senior Minister of State for Communication and Information, said the initiative will highlight and recognise outstanding non-fiction works produced by Singaporeans and would encourage more writers to step forward with their contributions.
He added that it was timely move, and that it would recognise a greater pool of talent and their works.
Four new books were launched at the Singapore Writers Festival 2012 (SWF 2012) yesterday evening at the ilovebooks.com pavilion […]
The Singapore Writers Festival 2012 was kicked off yesterday (2 November) by festival director Mr Paul Tan, festival […]