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Sonnets from the Singlish is a collection of 44 poems on love, language and other funny stuff, loosely translated from the English-based creole language colloquially spoken in Singapore, widely known as Singlish.
The poems are all sonnets, an archaic Italian fourteen-line rhyming verse form that went out of fashion about the same time as frilly pants (this is primarily for ease of formatting).
P.S. The views expressed in the poems are those of an imaginary persona and are by no means to be associated with the author or publisher.
• Written by Joshua Ip
• Perfect-bound with cover flap paperback
MATH PAPER PRESS (est. 2005), an imprint of BooksActually, is a small press publisher of poetry, new wave novellas, full-length novels,and essays. Its eclectic range of literary and visual works also includes photography collections, memoirs and young adult fiction.
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