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🍃 Ethos Chats @ Boutique Fairs - ECOFEMINISM AND THE ENTANGLEMENTS OF CARE 🍃 How do we care for the earth, our kin and our selves in Singapore? Join Diana Rahim and Esther Vincent in conversation about ecofeminism and eco-spirituality as they talk about their work and delve deeper into their relationship with the natural world. Taking place on the last day of Boutique Fair next week: Sunday, 19 March, 2.30pm at the F1 Pit Building, Blue Room. Sign up for free now at the link in bio! Attendees get complimentary entry to the fair for that day; simply present your Eventbrite ticket at registration. About the speakers: Diana Rahim is an editor, writer and occasional visual artist currently working in a non-profit organisation. Her present work across mediums have focused on the politics of public space, the human experience and relationship with the environment, and issues pertaining to Muslim women in Singapore. She has two cats and too many books to read. Esther Vincent Xueming is the author of Red Earth (Blue Cactus Press), an ecofeminist collection of poetry, and editor-in-chief and founder of The Tiger Moth Review, an independent eco journal of art and literature based in Singapore. She is co-editor of Making Kin: Ecofeminist Essays from Singapore (Ethos Books) and two poetry anthologies. Her second book of poetry is forthcoming publication at Blue Cactus Press. You can read her essays on ecopoetry, interspecies kinships, ecofeminism and eco spirituality on The Trumpeter, EcoTheo Review, Sinking City Review and Quarterly Literary Review Singapore. #ethosbooks #BoutiqueFairsSG

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