Talking about writing about the invisible

The end of the work-week got busier than I anticipated, so I didn't have the chance earlier to plonk the info for my public talk at the National Museum tomorrow:

Historia SG 2013 – History Seminar Session 1
Gallery Theatre (basement), National Museum of Singapore
2:00 – 3:30 p.m., Saturday, 1 June 2013

Prof Victor Savage from the National University of Singapore speaks first at 2 p.m. on place and street names in Singapore, then at 2:30 p.m. I'll speak on "Writing the City, Rendering the Invisible". Or as the museum put it to me when they invited me to speak: "various ways to approach the exploration cum writing of Singapore’s past, in particular, of 'invisible spaces'."

More details at the National Museum website.

Registration is full, I've been told, but that said, some people always can't make it at the last minute. If you're not registered and really want to try and get in, be there before 1:50 p.m. --- if any registered participants fail to turn up by then, the museum will release their seats to those people waiting there in person.

And if you've registered for this talk, please come early so that you don't lose your seat!

This is my last public talk for a while. After tomorrow, I need to crawl back into the hidey-hole that is my apartment to burrow away at the writing --- paid jobs and the novel.

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