Winner of the Singapore Literature Prize Commendation Award, Glass Cathedral’s sensitive depiction of homosexuality in conservative Singapore is a landmark in local literature. This novella was part of a small wave of gay- and lesbian-themed drama and fiction that appeared in Singapore during the early 1990s.
About the author
Andrew Koh is a Singaporean author, best known for his award-winning novella Glass Cathedral, which won the 1994 Singapore Literature Prize Commendation Award. Koh was a founding member of The Necessary Stage and has published various works, from academic papers to poetry. He has also co-authored several literature textbooks for schools in Singapore. Koh studied English literature at the National University of Singapore and has worked in Singapore and London. He now works in the healthcare sector and lives in Sydney.
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