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Singapore Writers Festival
A Platform For Dialogues And Exchange Of Ideas

Singapore Writers Festival (SWF) is one of Asia's marquee literary festivals, and one of the few multilingual literary festivals in the world, celebrating the written and spoken word in Singapore's four official languages - English, Malay, Chinese, and Tamil. SWF hosts the most exciting writers and thinkers of our time and is an exciting platform for dialogues and exchange of ideas, with a multi-faceted and multi-disciplinary program, including panel discussions, workshops, lectures, and performances. Catch the first-ever edition to be presented digitally from the comfort of your home! This year, SWF focuses on the theme of 'Intimacy'. In a year of quarantines and social distancing, the festival interrogates notions of community-mindedness, loneliness, mental health, our need for physical and human interaction, and what intimacy resembles in a time of pandemic and the lack of human contact. Get your Digital Festival Pass to access more than 100 Festival Pass events including keynote sessions with A-list authors, panels, meet-the-author sessions, and more.

*Do note that the SWF Playground programs will be available on the SWF YouTube channel for the rest of the year till Nov 2021. 

Catch the first-ever edition of the Singapore Writers Festival to be presented digitally from the comfort of your home! One of the few literary festivals in the world which is multi-lingual, celebrating works in Singapore’s four official languages –English, Malay, Chinese and Tamil – as well as other languages.

October 30 to November 8, 2020.

Singapore Writers Festival Online, www.singaporewritersfestival.com/nacswf/nacswf.html

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