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Goh Poh Seng (b. 1936, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya–d.10 January 2010, Vancouver, Canada) was a physician, poet, laureate, award-winning writer and entrepreneur. He played an active role in the arts scene of post-independence Singapore. Goh was a pioneer of local English drama and the author of the first local novel, If We Dream Too Long. The book won the National Book Development Council of Singapore’s (NBDCS) Fiction Book Award in 1976, and has been translated into other languages including Russian and Japanese. Goh received the Cultural Medallion in 1982.

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List of work(s) in NORA (10)
1
Bird with one wing : a sequence of poems
Goh, Poh Seng, 1936-2010
Digitised Book , 01/01/1982

2
The elder brother
Goh, Poh Seng, 1936-2010
Manuscript , 01/01/1966

3
Eyewitness
Goh, Poh Seng, 1936-2010
Digitised Book , 01/01/1976

4
The girl from Ermita & selected poems, 1961-1998
Goh, Poh Seng, 1936-2010
Digitised Book , 01/01/1998

5
The immolation
Goh, Poh Seng, 1936-2010
Digitised Book , 01/01/1977

6
If we dream too long
Goh, Poh Seng, 1936-2010
Digitised Book , 01/10/1968

7
If we dream too long
Goh, Poh Seng, 1936-2010
Digitised Book , 01/10/1968

8
Lines from Batu Ferringhi
Goh, Poh Seng, 1936-2010
Digitised Book , 23/11/1977

9
The moon is less bright
Goh, Poh Seng, 1936-2010
Manuscript , 01/01/1964

10
When smiles are done
Goh, Poh Seng, 1936-2010
Manuscript , 01/01/1965