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Author Of The Month

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Author Of The Month

Asas ’50 is proud to announce the Author of the Month series. This month the author is Cultural Medallion Winner Mohamed Latiff Mohamed. He is widely regarded as a radical poet whose works circumvent the life and struggles of the post-independence Malay community in Singapore.

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Masuri SN Collections In NLB

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Masuri SN Collections In NLB

Asas ’50 is pleased to announce the special site for the late Masuri SN in the National Library, Victoria Street. The MASURI SN COLLECTIONS houses his published works as well as other publications from his private collection. The is the joint effort between Asas ’50 and the National Library Board to honour the Father of Modern Malay Poetry.

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Singapore Literary Heritage Collection

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Singapore Literary Heritage Collection

SINGAPORE LITERARY HERITAGE COLLECTION project documents works of high literary value from established laureates in the national literature scene of Singapore. They are Masuri SN, Muhd Ariff Ahmad, Mohamed Latiff Mohamed, Suratman Markasan, Aliman Hassan, and Abdul Ghani Hamid.

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Calling All Writers

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Calling All Writers

Asas ’50 is pleased to announce the publication of the collection of poetry and short stories from Singapore writers across generations. Writers are invited to submit their original and unpublished works for consideration. The theme circumvent the life, experience, aspirations, and philosophy of Singaporean since the beginning of its existence.

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Leksikon

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Leksikon

Leksikon is the first ever directory of Malay writers in Singapore. It provides profile of established Malay writers in the Singapore Malay literary scene. Asas ’50 is currently updating the directory and welcomes contribution by new and emerging writers. Established writers are encouraged to provide Asas ’50 with an update of their latest profile.

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