Perspectives on a Young Woman’s Suicide (Routledge, 2021)
Chapter 11. ‘Writing to Remain: Two Diaries from Young Women Who Wrote to Survive’ byLinda Collins. This book is a vital addition to the library of any researcher, academic, or professional interested in suicide and suicide prevention.
Call and Response 2: A Singapore Migrant Anthology (Math Paper Press, 2021) A short story, ‘Hunger’.
A View to Stars: Stories of Love (Marshall-Cavendish, 2020). A short story, ‘Altaire and Vega Over Ghim Moh’.
Articles, commentary and creative nonfiction
Victoria, 16, playing the ukelele.
tss.co.uk. Creative nonfiction: ‘Departure from the motherland’.
Literary Mama. Personal essay. ‘Write of passage: Telling a daughter’s story.’
The Spinoff. A guest commentary
Quarterly Literary Review of Singapore (QLRS). An essay, ‘A Safe Distance’
Ethos Books blog. An essay, ‘Losing Jean Marshall: the last meeting’.
Swamp journal for post-graduate creative writing. A personal essay, ‘My illogical sooth-sayer’.
Ethos Books blog. Personal essay. ‘A note on book awards, Loss Adjustment, and ghosts’.
Ethos newsletter. A letter to readers.
2022. Runner-up, Mslexia Poetry Contest (single poem).
2021. Shortlisted for Bridport Prize in Poetry.
2020. Loss Adjustment shortlisted for the Singapore Book Awards.
– International Excellence scholarship from the University of East Anglia, UK.
2019. Honorable Mention in the Glimmer Train Very Short Story contest for ‘Lavender’.
2018. Shortlisted for the Hachette Australia trans-tasman mentorship. Long-listed for the New Zealand flash fiction awards.