Despite the pandemic, life remains a poetic pursuit for writer Charissa Ong Ty

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  • Friday, 13 Aug 2021

'It has been a hell of a ride but definitely an enjoyable one. It forced us to be more creative in reaching our customers,' says Ong Ty about how her publishing company has coped with the pandemic. Photo: Penwings Publishing

Charissa Ong Ty, founder of Penwings Publishing, is on a mission to give back to the writing community with her upcoming book, Poetry And Short Stories: A Practice Book.

After five years of being in the writing and publishing industry, she has published other people’s stories and has authored three books of her own: Midnight Monologues in 2016, Daylight Dialogues in 2018 and What Does My Name Mean? in 2019.

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