Felix Cheong is a well-known figure in the Singapore literary scene and the author of 21 books across different genres, including poetry, short stories, flash fiction and children's picture books. His works have been widely anthologised and translated, cited in telemovies, adapted for the stage and used in 'O' and 'A' level exams. He has also been nominated for the prestigious Frank O'Connor Award and the Singapore Literature Prize. His latest work is Sprawl, a noir detective graphic novel done in collaboration with Malaysian artist Arif Rafhan.
Conferred the Young Artist Award in 2000 by the National Arts Council, Felix has been invited to writers festivals all over the world, such as Edinburgh, Austin, Sydney, Christchurch and Hong Kong. He holds a Masters in Creative Writing and is an associate lecturer with Murdoch University, University of Newcastle, Curtin University and the National University of Singapore.