All In! Young Writers Festival 2018 Coverage Articles

Of Sans & Curves: Calligraphy in a Mesh of Writing
featuring Xiangfeng Loo & Ruth Tan, moderated by Trina Lim
by Michelle Lim

Documenting the Undocumented
by Ong Hui Wen

A Personal Review of All In! Young Writers Festival
by Ronald Goh

Singapore Comedy – Content & Distribution
featuring Annette Lee, Yuxuan Chua (SGAG), moderated by Kenrick Lam

by Loh Jun You

HANGING OUT WITH THE NOOSE
by Paean Yeo
 

ARE YOU GAME?: THE REALITIES BEHIND DEVELOPING GAMES
by Paean Yeo

JUST FOR LAUGHS: SGAG
by Paean Yeo

Check out the winners of the NUS Creative Writing Competition 2018 here!

Check out other works on Symbal!

What interests you? Prose / Poetry / Articles

What is Symbal?

An online publication by the NUS Literary Society that wishes to inspire and nurture. It aims to be a platform for the works of young writers across Singapore and celebrate the diversity of local literary talent. If you happen to be a budding writer, do send in your works to symbalmagazine@gmail.com and we’ll feature them on our website!

Symbal welcomes prose, poetry, articles, plays – any form of written creative content. Feel free to express your creativity however you wish in this space that has been created just for you. In time, we hope for Symbal to become the go-to place for local publishers and creative organisations in search of young talent. Let your voice be heard!

We also host creative writing contests frequently so do keep a look out on our Facebook page. Like it to get all the latest news!

How to use Symbal

All creative posts on Symbal are labelled with certain tags which you can find at the bottom of each individual post’s page. Our main tags involve writing form (poetry/prose/articles) and we also have author tags to help you search for other works by writers that catch your attention. The CWC tag can also be used to find winning entries from NUS’ yearly creative writing competition. Please make use of them to navigate and enhance your experience here at Symbal!

Not sure if your piece is good enough for Symbal?

Or maybe for a different publication or competition? Fear not! Just send it in to us requesting feedback and our dedicated team of editors and writers will take a look at your piece and provide you with as much support as we can in improving it and further refining your writing!

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