|Amanda Lee Koe|
Amanda Lee Koe lives in Katong. She is the fiction editor of Esquire (Singapore) and the co-editor of Ceriph. She also lectures, writes for magazines and delves into curatorial practices, community arts and independent-publishing. She spearheaded and edited Eastern Heathens (Ethos Books, with Ng Yi-Sheng), an anthology subverting Asian folklore, whilst her first book, Ministry of Moral Panic (Epigram) was longlisted for the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award 2014.
Publisher and Editorial Director
Huzir Sulaiman lives in Clementi. He works across different media, art forms, and genres, telling stories that allow people to access complex ideas in simple, personal, human ways. He is the Creative Director of Studio Wong Huzir and a Joint Artistic Director of Checkpoint Theatre.