Literary Arts

Subject:
Personalities>>Biographies>>Authors>>Cultural Medallion Recipients
Arts>>Literary Arts>>Poetry
Language:
English
Audience:
Adults|Young People
Type:
Article
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Abstract:
Lee Tzu Pheng (b. 13 May 1946, Singapore–) is one of Singapore’s distinguished poets. A retired university lecturer, she has published in anthologies and journals internationally. Her three volumes of poetry, Prospect of a Drowning (1980), Against the Next Wave (1988) and The Brink of an Amen (1991), have won awards from the National Book Development Council of Singapore. She is also a recipient of the Cultural Medallion for literature in 1985, and other awards such as the Southeast Asia Write Award (1987), Gabriela Mistral Award (Chile, 1995) and the Montblanc-NUS Centre for the Arts Literary Award for English poetry (1996).