Gaudy Boy is an independent press by Singapore Unbound. Singapore Unbound was started in the United States by a Singaporean author, editor, and publisher based in New York City. In addition, they aim to be independent, innovative and inspiring. Gaudy Boy publishes powerful works of poetry and fiction authored by the voices of Asian heritage.

SGBookShelf by Ho Printing Pte Ltd has brought in books published by them to cater to our local Singaporean market who support their message of “Freedom of Expression. Equal Rights for All.” Furthermore, Singapore Unbound is an invitation to dream new possibilities for the idea of Singapore.

  • Autobiography of Horse – S$15.00
    • Autobiography of Horse – S$15.00
    • Autobiography of Horse – S$15.00
    • Synopsis and keynote: A Paris Review Staff Pick, April 2019. The co-winner of the inaugural Gaudy Boy Poetry Book Prize. A frenetic tour of a splayed self writing through an equine obsession. I became obsessed. I swallowed myself whole and turned into a knot. I couldn’t undo myself, so I crawled inside a horse. Inside the horse I hardened, and…
  • Play for Time – S$15.00
    • Play for Time – S$15.00
    • Play for Time – S$15.00
    • Title: Play for Time Subtitle: Poems Author: Paula Mendoza ISBN: 9780982814277 Weight: 185g Trim size: 140 x 216 mm Page count: 96 pages Price: S$15 Year: 2020 Format: Paperback Published by: Gaudy Boy, an imprint of Singapore Unbound Printing: 1C Genre: Poetry Paper stock: Cream wood free 80 gsm smooth Cover stock: Art card 310 gsm, matte lamination
  • The Experiment of the Tropics – S$15.00
    • The Experiment of the Tropics – S$15.00
    • The Experiment of the Tropics – S$15.00
    • **Finalist for the 2020 Lambda Literary Awards** Synopsis and keynote: Longlisted for The Believer Book Awards, 2020! Named 1 of 6 must-read poetry books in April 2019 by The Millions. The co-winner of the inaugural Gaudy Boy Poetry Book Prize. Through the lens of history and photography, The Experiment of the Tropics returns to early-twentieth-century Philippines during American colonialism and…
  • The Foley Artist – S$18.00
    • The Foley Artist – S$18.00
    • The Foley Artist – S$18.00
    • Synopsis and keynote: “A collection like a circus of daredevils. . . . A bravura debut.” —Alexander Chee, author of How to Write an Autobiographical Novel A compelling debut for fans of the Filipino America brought to life in fiction by Elaine Castillo and Mia Alvar. At once deliciously bizarre and painfully familiar, The Foley Artist introduces a vital new…