Hong Kong Writers Circle podcast Episode 14: Contributing Tales of Two Cities
Members of the Singapore Writers Group discuss their contributions to our shared anthology Tales of Two Cities.
The Writing Masterclass is 'How to write about a city'.
00:00 - Introduction - Ongoing interview 08:10 - Extract 1: The Apex by S Mickey Lin (read by Simon) 16:50 - Extract 2: The Red Kemboja Tree by Wan Phing Lim 25:30 - Extract 3: Dreams for Free by Vanessa Deza Hangad 38:30 - Extract 4: Fairprice Baby by Magali Finet (read by Simon) 44:30 - Interlude: City Breeze by Tab & Anitek and anthology launch promotion 51:10 - Extract 5: Port of Call by Sebrina Somers 61:40 - Extract 6: The Game of Virus by Bronwyn Sharman 64:00 - Writing Masterclass: How to write about a city 70:00 - Copyright information
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The Hong Kong Writers Circle podcast Episode 14: Contributing Tales of Two Cities was produced by SCC Overton.
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Exerpts were from Tales of Two Cities edited by Alice Clark-Platts, S. Mickey Lin, Edmund Price and Harmony Sin, co-published by the imprint Ethos Books, the Hong Kong Writers Circle and the Singapore Writers Group.
The music was Jingle Jazz by Quantum Jazz from the album End of Line, used under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 licence.
Jingle Jazz (Quantum Jazz) / CC BY-SA 3.0
The interlude music was City Breeze by Tab & Anitek from the album, Sights & Sounds used under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike 3.0 license.
City Breeze (Tab & Anitek) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
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Thanks as always to Katrina Teh for the podcast artwork.