Recent and archived articles by Daphne Lee
Our columnist replies to a reader who had a bad editing experience and explains why editors are necessary.
Localise: There’s editing, and then there’s ‘editing’, the local version.
What do you think of books published in Asia? Start a conversation with our columnist in this new monthly focus on local English books.
Columnist Daphne Lee is changing her focus with the turn of the year.
The Tots To Teens columnist has said it all before, but some things bear repeating.
There are many lovely books starring dogs of all shapes, sizes and temperaments.
For ‘grey bear’ days.
Is it a love it/hate it kind of book? Two booklovers discuss a Roald Dahl classic from either side of a Dahl divide.
Tots to teens: When Hollywood takes a beloved book and does unspeakable things to it in the name of movie-making, remember: the book remains.
A book that indicates that there is more to life than its extremes is more realistic than one that is completely devoid of hope or over-the-top happy.