Singapore Writers’ Group

The Singapore Writers’ Group was founded by Alice Clark-Platts in January 2012 at the Pigeon Hole café on Duxton Hill in Singapore.

There are more than fifty official members from Singapore and around the world. Visit our members page to learn more about them. Visit our membership page to learn how to join us.

Our group, which is open to anyone, includes hundreds of casual participants. Our core events are monthly social gatherings, which are open to members and nonmembers, and critique group meetings, which are restricted to members only.

Every month we hold a social gathering at a restaurant or cafe. Sometimes writers read aloud from their works in progress. Mostly we just chat! There are also meetings for members who wish to meet up to write quietly together or who want support and encouragement for pitching completed projects.


Interested in joining the Singapore Writers’ Group?

Visit the SWG site

Visit SWAG Literary Journal