Eva Aldea is a procrastinator writer, itinerant academic and philosopher greyhound whisperer. She was formerly found teaching English Literature at Goldsmiths, London. Now, she does odd jobs for University of London online and UniSIM Singapore in the flesh. She walks her dogs and writes a novel (sometimes the other way around).
Clara Chow is the author of the short-story collection, Dream Storeys (2016). Her fiction has appeared in Asia Literary Review, CHA: An Asian Literary Journal, Drunken Boat, LONTAR, QLRS and The Columbia Journal. In 2016, her play Birth Days won a merit award in TheatreWorks' 24-Hour Playwriting Competition, and is now in development with the mentorship of dramaturg Tony Perez. She has also been writer-in-residence at South Korea's Toji Cultural Centre and Jakarta's ASEAN Literary Festival 2017. As a journalist and columnist, her writing has been published in The Straits Times and South China Morning Post.
Christine Lee likes to read.
Yen Yen Wu
Yen Yen Wu tries to do too many things, because she is Singaporean, Chinese and female. Full-time principal architect at Genome Architects, part-time adjunct tutor at the National University of Singapore, and occasional writer-commentator on art, architecture, design and cityscapes; she continues to bite off more than she can chew in curating art here. She believes little ideas keep people going and change the world.