Twin Cities: an anthology of twin cinema from Singapore and Hong Kong.  Eds. Tammy Ho Lai-Ming, Joshua Ip. Singapore: Landmark Books, 2017. ISBN 978-981-4189-81-1.  Details on purchasing the above title will be released soon.

Twin Cities: an anthology of twin cinema from Singapore and Hong Kong. Eds. Tammy Ho Lai-Ming, Joshua Ip. Singapore: Landmark Books, 2017. ISBN 978-981-4189-81-1.

Details on purchasing the above title will be released soon.

ABOUT THE EDITORS

   Tammy Ho Lai-Ming   is a Hong Kong-born editor, translator, and poet. She is the founding co-editor of the first Hong Kong-based online literary publication,   Cha: An Asian Literary Journal  , and an editor of the academic journals  Victorian Network  and  Hong Kong Studies  (Chinese University Press). Her translations have appeared in  World Literature Today ,  Chinese Literature Today , and  Pathlight , among other places. She holds an MPhil from the University of Hong Kong and a PhD from King's College London, and she is currently Assistant Professor at Hong Kong Baptist University, where she teaches poetics, fiction, and modern drama. Her first poetry collection is   Hula Hooping   (Chameleon Press) and she is the recipient of the 2015 Young Artist Award in Literary Arts presented by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. She is a Vice President of PEN Hong Kong.

Tammy Ho Lai-Ming is a Hong Kong-born editor, translator, and poet. She is the founding co-editor of the first Hong Kong-based online literary publication, Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, and an editor of the academic journals Victorian Network and Hong Kong Studies (Chinese University Press). Her translations have appeared in World Literature Today, Chinese Literature Today, and Pathlight, among other places. She holds an MPhil from the University of Hong Kong and a PhD from King's College London, and she is currently Assistant Professor at Hong Kong Baptist University, where she teaches poetics, fiction, and modern drama. Her first poetry collection is Hula Hooping (Chameleon Press) and she is the recipient of the 2015 Young Artist Award in Literary Arts presented by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. She is a Vice President of PEN Hong Kong.

   Joshua Ip   is a Singaporean poet, editor, and literary organiser. He has published three poetry collections with Math Paper Press, won the Singapore Literature Prize for his debut,  sonnets from the singlish  (2012), and placed in three different categories of the Golden Point Award. His work has appeared in  Monocle, Esquire, Quarterly Literary Review Singapore, Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, Softblow  and other places. He has edited seven anthologies, including the  A Luxury We Cannot Afford  and the  SingPoWriMo  series. He is working on a graphic novel,  Ten Stories Below . He is the recipient of the 2017 Young Artist Award from the National Arts Council of Singapore. He is the founder of Sing Lit Station, a literary charity that runs community initiatives including SingPoWriMo, Manuscript Bootcamp, poetry.sg and several workshop groups.

Joshua Ip is a Singaporean poet, editor, and literary organiser. He has published three poetry collections with Math Paper Press, won the Singapore Literature Prize for his debut, sonnets from the singlish (2012), and placed in three different categories of the Golden Point Award. His work has appeared in Monocle, Esquire, Quarterly Literary Review Singapore, Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, Softblow and other places. He has edited seven anthologies, including the A Luxury We Cannot Afford and the SingPoWriMo series. He is working on a graphic novel, Ten Stories Below. He is the recipient of the 2017 Young Artist Award from the National Arts Council of Singapore. He is the founder of Sing Lit Station, a literary charity that runs community initiatives including SingPoWriMo, Manuscript Bootcamp, poetry.sg and several workshop groups.