Morning at Memory's Border by Aaron Maniam
Aaron’s range of themes pivots him at the core of a new generation of Singaporean writers - travelled, informed and inquiring - anchored in Western culture and technology, astride a spread of emerging Asian values that are progressing toward an awareness that is increasingly cosmopolitan and global.
Ho Poh Fun, author of Katong and other poems
Controlled. Nuanced. This first collection offers an exciting peep into an individual's mind as he does a grand wrestle to capture indefinable moments. This struggle could reflect Everyman's, since words often fail us, as does memory. That Aaron has succeeded so well is cause for applause.
Anne Pakir, Department of English Language and Literature, National University of Singapore