Loud Mouth: spoken word from Singapore


After two and a half years and a lot of ink and tears, Loud Mouth is finally here.

This started life as a proposed anthology of spoken word poetry from Singapore, a collection of poems from pioneering poets in the scene to contemporary troubadours of the stage. But over time it morphed into a series of chapbooks by eight poets contemporary to the scene. However, grants and other circumstances only allowed four books to be published. So, the launch is finally happening, 14th March, 6pm at Artistry. Come join us for an evening of spoken word.

There’s Deborah Emmanuel with ‘When I Giggle in my Sleep,’ Jennifer Champion with ‘A History of Clocks,’ and Victoria Lim with ‘Dreadful.’ And me!

Here’s a preview of what my cover is going to look like:



Author: Marc

Creative educator. Sometime photographer. Fiddler of words.

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