I have written fiction for both adults and children, as well as non-fiction (primarily on law, human rights and public policy in Singapore, with a smattering of book reviews).
- After the Inquiry (novel, Ethos Books, 2021)
- Saturday’s Surprisingly Super-Duper Lesson (picture book, Epigram Books, 2020). I talk a little about this book here. This has been adapted into a classical concert for children by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and nominated for Best Picture Book at the 2021 Singapore Book Awards.
- A Good Visit (short story, Manchester Review, 2017) (online)
- A Certain Exposure (novel, Epigram Books, 2014)
- “Explainer: Discrimination in Singapore” (New Naratif, May 2020; reproduced in PJ Thum (ed.), The Singapore Citizens’ Agenda (New Naratif, 2020))
- “An End to Marital Immunity for Rape in Singapore?” (with Wong Pei Chi and Mark Wong, New Naratif, March 2019)
- “A new orbit: Lessons from parenthood on trust” (in Sheila Pakir and Malminderjit Singh (eds.), The Birthday Book 2017: What should we never forget?, The Birthday Collective)
- “Writing our future together” (MyPaper, July 2014)
- “Caning violates international norms” (The Online Citizen, June 2010)
- “Grasping at shadows” — a review of Love, or Something Like Love by O Thiam Chin (QLRS, April 2014)
- “Alternate histories and alien textures” — a round-up of my favourite SFF reading in 2013 (The F Word, December 2013)
- “Good stuff — The Other Half of the Sky” — a review of The Other Half of the Sky, edited by Athena Andreadis and co-edited by Kay Holt (The F Word, May 2013)
- “Bending space-time, gender and minds” — a review of the Orthogonal series by Greg Egan (The F Word, October 2012)