23 Aug '17, 3am

A look at SF in Singapore (1970s-1990s) by @NLB BiblioAsia @sfsignal @SFEncyclopedia

, which published its eighth issue in April 2017, is a biannual literary journal featuring science fiction as well as fantasy, alternative histories and tales of the supernatural. The Ayam Curtain is similarly an anthology of speculative fiction envisioning what Singapore could be or might have been, while The Steampowered Globe by the Happy Smiley Writers Group is a collection of seven “steampunk” stories, a relatively new subgenre of science fiction that focuses on technology, specifically the industrial steam-powered machinery of the 19th century.

Full article: http://www.nlb.gov.sg/biblioasia/2017/06/07/sci-fi-in-sin...

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