MIN LIM

Publications

 

I enjoy both creative and academic writing. Sometimes, other people enjoy my writing too. My published creative work is mostly in poetry.  Sing Lit Station once described me as an "emerging poet", and one of the "Four Horsewomen of the Apoca-Lips".

One of my proudest achievements is writing a poem that included every single MRT station in Singapore, with puns in 5 different languages and dialects (a part of it is now published in The New Paper!). Another is turning the development of Japanese emoticons into a research articleヽ(・∀・)ノ

See below for full list of publications (2016 onwards).
 

 
 
 
 

Poetry

AWARDS

National Poetry Competition 2016 (Top Prize)

Singapore Poetry Writing Month 2016 (Grand Prize Winner)

 

JOURNALS

Sacrosanct Magazine: Letters from the Dead (forthcoming): "long distance"

OF ZOOS 5.1: Varieties of English (2016): "the egg is still alive"

Eunoia Review (2016): "knock knock", "plato did not care for your breasts, and neither do i"

 

ANTHOLOGIES

ASINGBOL: An Archaelogy of the Singaporean Poetic Form. ed. Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingde. Squircle Line Press (forthcoming): "end process"

SingPoWriMo 2016: The Anthology.  eds. Daryl Qilin Yam, Joshua Ip, Ruth Tang. Math Paper Press (2016): "epoch", "tilting our bodies to earth", "when breakfast tastes like giving up", "NORTH EAST LINE, A FIRE FIGHTER'S FEAR", "YO SINGA DON'T WANT PUNS UNLESS YOU GOT PLANTS HUN", "PURPLE LINE NOT PURPLE LIGHT"

SG Poems 2015 - 2016. eds. Eric Tinsay Valles et al. Ethos Books (2016): "peeling the orange" 

 

press

The New Paper (2017): "the green line"

Yale-NUS College, The Octant v2 (2016): "the aftermath of my toilet

 

EVENTS

Singapore Writers Festival, SingPoWriMo Book Launch, (2016): Invited Reading

Books Kinokuniya (Orchard), The 12 Days of Christmas - A Poetry Flash Mob Reading by Sing Lit Station, (2016): Invited Reading 

 
 

Prose

RESEARCH ARTICLES

National University of Singapore, History Society: Mnemozine 10 (2016): "Is This Home Truly? HDB Interior Designs and their Reflection on Identity in the 1970s - 1980s" 

Unravel: The Accessible Linguistics Magazine, Issue 8 (2016): "Kaomoji as Expression: Japanese emoticons in digital communication"

 

symposiums

Oxford University: Conversations on Singapore History, Trinity College, Oxford (forthcoming): "Building A Wall: Reconstructing the Defensive Structures of 14th Century Temasik"