Gwee Li Sui
Gwee Li Sui is a well-loved poet, graphic artist, and literary critic from Singapore. His works include the graphic novel Myth of the Stone and poetry books Who Wants to Buy a Book of Poems?, One Thousand and One Nights, Who Wants to Buy an Expanded Edition of a Book of Poems?, The Other Merlion and Friends, Haikuku, and Death Wish. He also wrote FEAR NO POETRY!: An Essential Guide to Close Reading and Spiaking Singlish: A Companion to How Singaporeans Communicate and has edited several literary anthologies. His latest publication is a Singlish translation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince, as The Leeter Tunku.
All essays by Gwee Li Sui
The Mischief of Technique in What Michael Farrell Does
All this inventiveness reveals to us Farrell’s true love, his pedagogic feel for aesthetics. It is what can keep his humour deadpan and philosophical even as he serves up disintegrated language in novel, variously formed ways