Laetitia Keok (she/her) is a poet and writer from Singapore. She is currently pursuing a BA (Honours) in English Literature, with a minor in Creative Writing.
Much of her work deals with the themes of grief, family, identity, and ultimately, love. She is interested in reimagining the stories of her childhood. Her work has been published in Diode Poetry Journal, Hobart Pulp, and Wildness Journal, among others. She has held and currently holds editorial positions across poetry and fiction, including editorial intern at Sine Theta Magazine. She writes for The Slow Press.
She is afraid of pigeons, but learning to be brave. You can find her here, or in an endlessly beautiful island-city, waiting for the rain to stop.