Passages: Stories of Unspoken Journeys edited by Yong Shu Hoong. From informal conversations with senior citizens at a hospice or their homes, low-income families trying to make ends meet, and former offenders who had spent time in prison, this anthology was captured over 3 years.
Journeys: An Anthology Of Short Stories by Minfong Ho. Prize-winning author Minfong Ho wrote the 12 short stories and essays in this book over two decades and three continents - Cambodian refugees in upstate New York, an old market woman in Thailand, and a young windsurfer in Singapore.
The Epigram Books Collection of Best New Singaporean Short Stories: Volume One curates the finest short fiction from Singaporean writers published in 2011 and 2012. This ground-breaking and unique anthology showcases stories that examine various facets of the human condition and the truths that we tell ourselves in order to exist in the everyday. #EpigramBooks #JasonErikLundberg
Crime Scene: Singapore [e-resource]: the Best of Singapore Crime Fiction edited by Richard Lord. In this anthology, 12 short stories trace imagined crime constructions set in the nitty-gritty of the Singapore we know.
Stories: All New Tales edited by Neil Gaiman and Al Sarrantonio. Stories is a groundbreaking anthology that reinvigorates, expands, and redefines the limits of imaginative fiction and affords some of the best writers in the world - from Peter Straub to Jodi Picoult.
I Am An Executioner: Love Stories by Rajesh Parameswaran. An explosive fiction debut from an astonishing new voice: darkly funny, wildly original stories about the power of love, and the love of power.
Conversations with Lee Kuan Yew: Citizen Singapore: How to Build a Nation (Giants of Asia) by Tom Plate. Political genius is never without controversy, or without mystery. This is what makes it so interesting and so rare. Is Lee Kuan Yew the feral, authoritarian figure that Western critics claim? Or a stoic pioneer in new approaches to developing a nation—uncorrupt, modern, almost scientific?
LKY : A Pictorial Memoir - 2015 by Stephanie Yeow. This new book is abridged from Lee Kuan Yew: A Life in Pictures, features private and public pictures of Lee. It includes some new photos as well as photos from his later years. They chosen for their strength and quality, and edited to fit into chronology of Lee's life.