Spill the Ink Poetry Lab v16: Edit by Voice with See Tshiung Han

Spill the Ink is a monthly poetry lab dedicated for anyone who writes poetry or creative writing as part of SpeakCityAsia’s initiatives.


This workshop wants you to edit your poems using your voice. Participants get to read their poems and other people’s poems out loud. Poems will be seen more like a musical score than a script. This will involve thinking about the sounds your face is making, and breaking up a poem using the length of your breath.

RM40 per person. Limited to 20 seats.

The teaching poet for this session is:

SEE Tshiung Han is a Malaysian writer and editor based in KL. He co-edited Voices of the Displaced: Poems from the Malaysian Migrant Poetry Competition 2015–2016 and Little Basket 2016 and 2017 and edited Dhabitah Zainal’s chapbook Burning House, published in 2016. He was the publisher of New Village zines, now on hiatus, and the editor of the upcoming If Walls Could Talk anthology, When I Say Spoken, You Say Word.

To register, please fill in your details here: http://bit.ly/spilltheinkpoets

You will receive an email to proceed with your payment and confirmation.
This poetry lab is opened to writers of all ages and abilities.
For materials, please bring your own pen, notebook/tablet/laptop, and an open mind.

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