Writer Crush: Khalid Warsame on Gregory Kan

November 22, 2016 The Suburban Review

This is plain and life-giving poetry, the kind where the economy is unapparent until it suddenly is, in retrospect, on the third or fourth read, when you find your throat parched and return with this thirst that surprises you, and you realise, quite of a sudden, that you have been given all that you needed and not a drop more. […]

Hints&Tips with Lian Low

September 28, 2016 The Suburban Review

Finding good people who deeply care about you and nurturing your work is important. Also knowing when to take on board constructive criticism, and leaving negative/unwanted criticism behind, is crucial to growing in a creative practice… […]

How I Write (and Draw) with Lee Lai

July 31, 2016 The Suburban Review

My aim is more to leave crumbs of recognition and love for people who are already on my page. I want to use the medium to subtly nod at queers, people of colour, and trans siblings that largely occupy my headspace and my heart space. […]

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