When a structure of stone and beauty falls to fire and fear, we're reminded that we, too, are a complex construction of memories and meat.
In line with Esquire Singapore's theme of collaboration for the month of March, local poet Marc Nair pens a poem with foreign domestic worker Rea Maac.
Local poet Marc Nair on Chinese New Year, a time of celebration and prayers
How do you KonMari a poem? Local writer Marc Nair declutters his piece.
The local poet explores the recent cross-border tensions between Singapore and Malaysia through the region's beloved dessert.
The local poet pens his thoughts on the latest #BabyReady campaign, led by government-supported community movement HeyBaby.
Is meritocracy in Singapore entrenching social-class divide and inequality?