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Goh Poh Seng

author image Goh Poh Seng was born in Malaya in 1936. He received his medical degree from University College in Dublin, and practised medicine in Singapore for twenty-five years. Goh's first novel, If We Dream Too Long, won the National Book Development Council of Singapore's Fiction Book Award and has been translated into Russian and Tagalog. His other books include The Immolation, Dance of Moths, Eyewitness, Lines from Batu Ferringhi and Bird with One Wing. His work has also appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies around the world. Dance of Moths and his poetry collections As Though the Gods Love Us and The Girl from Ermita: Selected Poems are available through Nightwood Editions. He passed away in 2010.


Book Cover As Though the Gods Love Us
978-0-88971-171-6 · 0-88971-171-2 · June 2000 · Paperback
CAD$12.95 · USD$12.95
"One of Asia's finest poets" stakes out a diverse, unmatched poetic territory through Singapore, Ireland, Russia, Newfoundland, Mexico and British Columbia.
Book Cover A Dance of Moths
978-9-81006-866-0 · 9-81006-866-2 · 1995 · Paperback
CAD$24.95 · USD$24.95
In his third novel, A Dance of Moths, Goh explores the complex lives and human relationships of two men in modern Singapore.
Book Cover The Girl from Ermita: & Selected Poems 1961-1998
978-0-88971-167-9 · 0-88971-167-4 · 1998 · Paperback
CAD$15.95 · USD$15.95
The first collection of poetry published in North America by "one of Asia's finest living poets" (Asia Magazine).