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|Yong Shu Hoong
Yong Shu Hoong holds a Computer Science degree from the National University
of Singapore and an MBA from Texas A&M University at College Station.
His debut, Isaac (1997, re-released as Isaac Revisited in
2001), contains poems from an earlier manuscript shortlisted for the 1995
Singapore Literature Prize. His second book, dowhile, was published
in 2002, while the latest book, Frottage (2005), was a joint winner
of the 2006 Singapore Literature Prize. His writings have also appeared
in various newspapers, magazines and websites, including the Straits
Times, South China Morning Post, The New Paper and MTVAsia.com. He
is the organiser of the monthly subTEXT readings in Singapore and has participated
in readings and literary festivals held in Malaysia, Hong Kong, Australia,
England and the United States of America.
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