Every night at District Design Dialogue, Sing Lit Station invites our nation’s finest poets, fictionists and playwrights to tell their stories in an intimate and introspective half-hour showcase. Tailored to the unique strengths and abilities of our guest writers, expect music, candlelight, white wine, premium tea and more. With only four sessions per night, and only 10 available seats per session, expect a multi-sensory experience that can never be replicated twice.
Join poet Samuel Lee as he reads poetic sequences old and new, alongside never-before-seen samples of audio-visual material – a rare evening with a brave new voice, promising to dazzle and scintillate. Samuel Lee’s A Field Guide to Supermarkets in Singapore (Math Paper Press, 2016) has been mentioned in The Business Times as “poetry debut of the year.” Elsewhere, his poems have appeared in the Yale Literary Magazine and UnFree Verse (Ethos Books, 2017). He is an associate editor at poetry.sg.