• Fiction

      The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye (New 2019 Hardcover)

      Winner of the Eisner Award for Best Writer/Artist 2017

      by Sonny Liew

      'The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye is a biography showcasing the life and work of Chan Hock Chye, a pioneering but largely forgotten comics artist in Singapore. With a career spanning more than five decades, from pre-independent Singapore

    • 2017

      The Gatekeeper

      Winner of Singapore Book Awards 2018

      by Nuraliah Norasid

      When young medusa Ria inadvertently turns an entire village to stone, she and her older sister flee to Nelroote, an underground settlement populated by other non-humans also marginalised by society. There she becomes their gatekeeper, hoping to seek redem

    • Fiction
      June 2016


      Epigram Books Fiction Prize 2016 Longlist

      by Ning Cai

      "The first book in an exciting new YA mystery trilogy about a teenage savant on the trail of her family's killer, from the multi-talented Ning Cai, international magic celebrity and author. When parkour champion Maxine Schooling wakes from a three-year

    • Fiction
      July 2017

      Sofia and the Utopia Machine

      2017 Epigram Books Fiction Prize

      by Judith Huang

      Sofia is an ordinary schoolgirl living in a future Singapore where the population is divided into three social strata. When she inadvertently unlocks the gateway to a new world, she realises she must escape the government’s radar. She ventures in

    • Literature & Literary Studies
      June 2016

      The epigram in England, 1590–1640

      by James Doelman

    • August 2004

      The Early Seventeenth-Century Epigram in England, Germany, and Spain

      A Comparative Study

      by Tatjana Schäfer

      This book is primarily a comparative study of three early seventeenth-century epigrammatists, Friedrich von Logau in Germany, Robert Herrick in England, and Conde de Villamediana in Spain. The first part of the study looks at the origins of the epigram in

    • Literature & Literary Studies
      October 2016

      Dialect, Diction, and Style in Greek Literary and Inscribed Epigram

      by Evina Sistakou, Antonios Rengakos

      Language and style of epigram is a topic scarcely discussed in the related bibliography. This edition aspires to fill the gap by offering an in-depth study of dialect, diction, and style in Greek literary and inscribed epigram in a collection of twenty

    • Literature & Literary Studies
      April 2011

      Latin Elegy and Hellenistic Epigram

      by Editor(s): Alison Keith

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