Writing Suicide Club: Interview with Ms Rachel Heng (Part 2)

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Home > Articles > Writing Suicide Club: Interview with Ms Rachel Heng (Part 2)

 Writing Suicide Club: Interview with Ms Rachel Heng (Part 2)

December 21, 2018
​In this second clip, Ms Rachel Heng talks about her inspiration for Suicide Club: how it explores modern technology and ethics, and asks big questions around Western society’s obsession with youth, beauty, and wellness.

MS Rachel Heng is a Singaporean writer who is pursuing an MFA in Fiction and Screenwriting at the highly selective Michener Center for Writers, where she is currently a James A. Michener Fellow. Her short stories have been widely published in literary journals such as The Offing, Praire Schooner, and the minnesota review. Her fiction has won Prairie Schooner’s Jane Geske Award, was nominated for the Pushcart Prize and has been recommended by The Huffington Post. Suicide Club is her first novel.

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