• Math Paper Press Chapbook Set →

    A bundle of six Math Paper Press chapbooks (Animal Season, Black Waters, Pink Sands, Café, The Billion Shop, translations to the tanglish, What Gives Us Our Names) available for a limited time only!

  • What Gives Us Our Names by Alvin Pang →

    What Gives Us Our Names is a quiet reflection of our lives, past the busy surfaces until colours could be discerned from beneath. From the book you last read, to the people that you come across, the retelling of their stories that has been interwoven with yours, this is a story that will resonate with you.

  • Beneath The Rug →

    Beneath the Rugis a collection of stories from 30 individuals in the social impact sector. Hear from diverse voices including practitioners, changemakers, policymakers, and people with lived experiences. It is our sincere hope that as the stories in this book reveal what lies beneath the rug, it will also nudge all of us towards greater understanding, deeper reflection, and more meaningful engagement with our communities.

  • I Want to Die but I Want to Eat Tteokbokki by Baek Sehee →

    Recording her dialogues with her psychiatrist over a 12-week period, Baek begins to disentangle the feedback loops, knee-jerk reactions and harmful behaviours that keep her locked in a cycle of self-abuse. I Want to Die but I Want to Eat Tteokbokki is a book to keep close and to reach for in times of darkness.

  • Time Is A Mother by Ocean Vuong →

    In this deeply intimate second poetry collection, Ocean Vuong searches for life among the aftershocks of his mother's death, embodying the paradox of sitting within grief while being determined to survive beyond it. Bold and prescient, and a testament to tenderness in the face of violence, Time Is a Mother is a return and a forging-forth all at once.

  • How To Start Writing (And When To Stop) by Wislawa Szymborska →

    In this witty "how-to" guide, Szymborska has nothing but sympathy for the labors of would-be writers. She confesses in pieces culled from the advice she gave--anonymously--for many years and returns time and again to the mundane business of writing poetry properly, that is to say, painstakingly and sparingly.