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Caterwaul is a memoir — is scrapbook — is a wall of sound. Caterwaul chronicles the dramas of a poorly poet in circumstances beyond her control. Illustrated with visual snippets of the poet's childhood in Serangoon Gardens, Jennifer Anne Champion...

Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:71 pages

    Caterwaul Reviews

  • Natalie
    Dec 10, 2016

    the poem "A is for Epal" stands out far above the rest, i would give that five stars...

  • Jake
    May 03, 2017

    I have yet to collect my feelings about this collection. My experience and reflection on this work has been less straightforward than most other works I've read. Champion is adept at presenting her st...

About Jennifer Anne Champion

Jennifer Anne Champion

Jennifer Anne Champion is a performance poet and the author of A History of Clocks (2015) and Caterwaul (forthcoming). She has been described by The Straits Times as “a homegrown poet” and by Juice Magazine (Singapore) as gifted with “swift, animated style”. She has performed her work in Edinburgh, Scotland and extensively in the Singapore spoken word scene. Her poetry has been anthologized in A L