Reviews and Media
Review of poetry collection Sign Language for the Death of Reason in Singapore’s main literary journal, QLRS (Quarterly Literary Review Singapore):
Reviewed in print version of The NZ Listener, November.
Kathryn Ryan interview NZ, 2020, Nine to Noon:
89.3FM Singapore, Michelle Martin interview, Sept 2019.
Book Reporting: An Expat Mum In Singapore’s Heart-Wrenching Tale Of Her Teen Daughter’s Suicide. https://www.thefinder.com.sg/healthy-living/book-reporting-expat-mum-singapore-heartbreaking-tale-teen-daughter-suicide/
Mother’s book about teenage daughter’s suicide shows ‘reality of suffering from a devastating loss’. https://www.tnp.sg/news/singapore/mothers-book-about-teenage-daughters-suicide-shows-reality-suffering-devastating-loss
When A Loved One Commits Suicide, How Do You Move On? https://read-a.com/when-a-loved-one-commits-suicide-how-do-you-move-on/
How do you live after your child commits suicide & you never saw it coming? A grieving parent reflects https://mothership.sg/2019/09/loss-adjustment-suicide-daughter-book/
Loss Adjustment: A Message From The Author. https://www.facebook.com/ethosbooks/videos/2394497874158940
PODCASTS AND VIDEO INTERVIEWS
With Singapore medical students advocacy, @THIRDSPACING,
Ep 50 Part 2: How can we improve the conversation on mental health?
In this episode, writer Linda Collins continues sharing about how we should care for the grieving, the importance of our mental health systems in Singapore, as well as in New Zealand, and why suicide prevention involves every single person – even the ones suffering. CONTENT WARNING: Today’s episode deals heavily with the topics of suicide and grief.
Discussed Sign Language for the Death of Reason with Norwich poet Patrick Widdess on Poetry Non-Stop
With Anthea Ong, former Singapore Nominated Member of Parliament. Shades of love.
Writing the city, talk with Jon Gresham.
Linda Collins being interviewed by Singapore media practitioner Greta Georges
SOME INSTAGRAM REVIEWS
Sign Language for the Death of Reason