Books

Jeremy Fernando. Why hasn’t JB already disappeared. Singapore: Delere Press, 2017.

---. je me touche. Mexico City: Paradiso Editores, 2017.

---. in fidelity. Singapore: Delere Press, 2016.

---, & Amanda Lee Koe. In nomine patris. London: Pendant Publishing, 2016.
[reviewed by Michael Kearney: The Singapore Review of Books, November 2016]

---. Vivre avec l’art, illustré par Yanyun Chen, et traduit par Daniel Chan. Singapore: Delere Press, 2016.

---. On thinking with — sciences, Scientists, and Isabelle Stengers, with ink & watercolour paintings by Maureen Burdock. Singapore: Delere Press, 2016.

---. For, the pleasure of the text, with an introduction by Lim Lee Ching, and a piano score by Jachin Pousson. Singapore: Delere Press, 2015.

---. Writing Art, with an introduction in Italian by Alessandro De Francesco. The Hague: Uitgeverij, 2015.
[Céline Coderey's translation of De Francesco's introduction into English can be found here]
[reviewed by Michael Kearney: The Singapore Review of Books, June 2016]

--- & Julian Gough. an apple a day ... , with an introduction by Neil Murphy, and photography by Tan Jingliang. Singapore: Delere Press, 2015.

---, Jennifer Hope Davy, & Julia Hölzl. [Given, If, Then]: a reading in three parts. New York: Punctum Books, 2014.  

---. On fidelity; or, will you still love me tomorrow ... New York: Atropos Press, 2014.
[reviewed by Joel Gn: Cha: An Asian Literary Journal (Issue 25), September, 2014]

---. Living with art, with illustrations by Yanyun Chen. Singapore: Knuckles & Notch with Delere Press, 2014 (risography print edition).

---. On Invisibility; or, towards a minor jiu-jitsu, illustrated by Yanyun Chen. Singapore: Delere Press, 2013.

---, Kenny Png, & Yanyun Chen. Requiem for the Factory. Singapore: Delere Press, 2012.
[reviewed by Jee Leong Koh: Singapore Poetry, June 2015; Julie O'Yang: XiN Magazine, September 2013; Anders Kølle: Singapore Review of Books, August 2013]

---. Writing Death, with an introduction by Avital Ronell. The Hague: Uitgeverij, 2011.
[reviewed by Crystal Abidin: Wishcrys, Nov 2015; Walter Mason: Literary Minded: agreeable sensations, Nov 2011; Lim Lee Ching: continent 1:4, December 2011]

---.  The Suicide Bomber; and her gift of death. New York: Atropos Press, 2010.
[reviewed by Peter van de Kamp: Cha: An Asian Literary Journal (Issue 17), June, 2012; Yanyun Chen: Singapore Review of Books, June, 2012; A. Staley Groves: Journal of The International Association of Transdiciplinary Psychology (vol 2:1), May 2010]

--- & Kenny Png. On Happiness. Singapore: Math Paper Press, 2010.
[reviewed by Shobha Avadhani: Freedom to Think, December 2015; Elizabeth Tan: Nanyang Chronicle (vol 19:08), February 2013]

---. Reading Blindly: Literature, Otherness, and the Possibility of an Ethical Reading. New York: Cambria Press, 2009.
[reviewed by Robert Lumsden: Transnational Literature (vol 3:1), Nov 2010; Christian Hänggi: Semiophagy (vol 4), Fall 2010]

---. Reflections on (T)error. Saarbrucken: Verlag Dr Müller, 2008.
[reviewed by Julia Hölzl: Semiophagy (vol 2), Spring 2009]


Edited Books

Yanyun Chen. Tracing Etymology: Origin and Time; Monsters and Demons, edited by Jeremy Fernando. New York: Atropos Press, 2015.

Jeremy Fernando (Ed.). On Reading; form, fictionality, friendship. New York: Atropos Press, 2012.

---. & Sarah Brigid Hannis (Eds.). On Blinking. The Hague: Uitgeverij, 2012.


Book Chapters

Jeremy Fernando. ‘Waxing on Wagers’ in Wernmei Yong Ade & Lim Lee Ching (Eds.). Contemporary Arts as Political Practice in Singapore. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016: 13-27.

---. ‘Una vez que la peste se instala’, translated by Mariela Yeregui in Mariela Yeregui & Gabriela Eugenia Golder. El territorio es la casa. Buenos Aires: Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, 2016: 86-93.

---. ‘Once the plague is established’ in Mariela Yeregui & Gabriela Eugenia Golder. El territorio es la casa. Buenos Aires: Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, 2016: 94-101.

---. '— a reflection on art —' in Pan Huiting. (Paint)-ing. Singapore: Utterly Art, 2016: n.pg. (limited edition of 100).

Esther Ng &
---. ‘a question of reading; or, what was lost?’ in Yanyun Chen. Origin and Time; Monsters and Demons, edited by Jeremy Fernando. New York: Atropos Press, 2015: 109-127.

---. 'Sketching in white ink' in Yanyun Chen. It's Fiction. Singapore: Delere Press, 2014: 53-71.

---.
‘Citanje. Ili samo igra …’ (‘Reading or Just Gaming …'), translated by Ana Koncul in Mirjana Stošic (Ed.). Strategije Citanja (Strategies of Reading). Belgrade: Facultet za medije i kommunikacije, 2014: 241-256.

---.
‘On Afterwords; or, what comes after the word…’ in Francisco Cândido Xavier. Poetry from Beyond the Grave. translated by Vitor Pequeno. The Hague: Uitgeverij, 2013: 193-232.

---. ‘A Project Arcade’ in Alessandro De Francesco (Ed.). Augmented Writing — Scrittura aumentata. Rome: La Camera Verde, 2013: n.pg.  

---. ‘The Suicide Bomber ... on love and poetry ... ’ in Jeffrey Champlin (Ed.) Terror and the Root of Poetics. New York: Atropos Press, 2013: 156-180.

---. ‘On writing light; or, mirror mirror …’ in Jasmine Seah & Jennifer Koh (Eds). Inter-Views. Singapore: Photovoice SG, 2013: n.pg.

---. ‘Elliptical Taiwan or On Beauty’ in Paoi Hwang (Ed.). Global Encounters: Cross-cultural Representations of Taiwan. Taiwan: National Taiwan University Press, 2013: 207-224.

---. ‘At the risk of love, or on reading & touching in 3½ blinks’ in Jeremy Fernando & Sarah Brigid Hannis (Eds). On Blinking. The Hague: Uitgeverij, 2012: 37-60.

---. ‘Afterword—or, in the blink of …’ in Jeremy Fernando & Sarah Brigid Hannis (Eds). On Blinking. The Hague: Uitgeverij, 2012: 155-165.

---. ‘Foreword—To read or not to read’ in Jeremy Fernando (Ed.). On Reading; form, fictionality, friendship. New York: Atropos Press, 2012: 8-22.

---. ‘Randori with Franz Kafka; on reading, irony, and the law …’ in Jeremy Fernando (Ed.). On Reading; form, fictionality, friendship. New York: Atropos Press, 2012: 233-262.

---. ‘Afterword—With friends like these …’ in Jeremy Fernando (Ed.). On Reading; form, fictionality, friendship. New York: Atropos Press, 2012: 487-493.    

---. 'Reading Geraldine Song; or I confess to almighty God ...' in Geraldine Song. To Thee We Cry, Poor Banished Children. Singapore: Horizon Books, 2010: 123-131.

---. 'Reading Peter van de Kamp; or where angels fear to tread' in Peter van de Kamp. Scratch & Sniff. (Lim Lee Ching, Ed.). New York: Atropos Press, 2010: 3-13.

Tan See Kam & ---. ‘The Singapore in Singapore Cinema?’ in Mette Hjort & Duncan J. Petrie (Eds). The Cinema of Small Nations. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2007: 127-143.

Tan See Kam & ---. ‘Cinema and Nationalism: The Case of Singapore’ in Joel David (Ed). Proceedings of the Whither the Orient: Asians in Asian and Non-Asian Cinema Conference. Seoul: Asia Culture Forum, 2006: 74-106.


Edited Journal Issues


Connor Graham, Martin Constable, & Jeremy Fernando (Eds). ‘The Aesthetic of Death and After-Death in an Internet Age’ in Visual Studies 30, no. 1, 2015. 

Berit Soli-Holt, April Vanini, & Jeremy Fernando (Eds). ‘drift’ in continent: A Quarterly Review of Culture,Special Issue, 2013.


Articles


Jeremy Fernando. ‘L’insurrection du sable’ in Full Bleed: A Journal of Art & Design, 2017.

---. 'On homosexuality — or, what's love got to do with it ...'
in Queen Mob's Teahouse, 2017.

---. 'Canzone d'amore per una città ...', tradotto da Céline Coderey in Cenobio, 2017.

---. ‘On the death penalty in 3 and a half thoughts …’ in Curios Vol. 3 — Taboo, 2017.

---. 'Click.' in Berfrois: Intellectual Jousting in the Republic of Letters, 2016.
[translated into the Japanese by Setsuko Adachi in Orange Gutan Lab, 2016]

---. ‘Or, les leçons de la maîtresse’ in Poiesis: A Journal of the Arts & Communication, Vol. 16, 2015.

---. 'On not-doing ... — a triptych' in Berfrois: Intellectual Jousting in the Republic of Letters, 2015.

---. ‘le rire est plus for que la haine’ in Queen Mob’s Teahouse, 2015
.

---. 'Teach me tonight ... ' in The Singapore Review of Books, 2015.

---. ‘A triptych to — T’ in Berfrois: Intellectual Jousting in the Republic of Letters, 2015.


---. 'Reading Jeremy Fernando' in The Singapore Review of Books, 2014.

---. 'I had some dreams; or, Tan Chui Mui in my coffee ...' in Berfrois: Intellectual Jousting in the Republic of Letters, 2014.

---. 'On relationships ...' in Berfrois: Intellectual Jousting in the Republic of Letters, 2014.
[translated into the Spanish as ‘Hablando de Relaciones… El Amor por el Fútbol’ by Alvin Góngora in Orange Gutan Lab, 2014]

---. 'An essay on what it is to be a leader' in Vice UK, 2013.

---. 'Playing with Putin; first as tragedy, then as ..." in Berfrois: Intellectual Jousting in the Republic of Letters, 2013.

---. 'Lee Kuan Yew's death has already taken place' in Berfrois: Intellectual Jousting in the Republic of Letters, 2013.

---. 'Sitting in the dock of the bay, watching ...' (Berit Soli-Holt, April Vannini, & Jeremy Fernando, Eds). in continent: A Quarterly Review of Culture (Special Issue --- drift), 2013.

---. 'On trinkets; or, this crazy little thing called love ...' in Berfrois: Intellectual Jousting in the Republic of Letters, 2013.

---. 'Raging Bull, meet Running Bear' in Berfrois: Intellectual Jousting in the Republic of Letters, 2012.

---. 'Enter the dragon---or, yes we can' in Berfrois: Intellectual Jousting in the Republic of Letters, 2012.

---. 'Kim Jong-il's death did not take place' in Berfrois: Intellectual Jousting in the Republic of Letters, 2012.

---. ‘Elliptical Thought … on laughter, smiles, and such things.’ [as part of ‘Being—Thinking—Writing Jean Baudrillard’ with Rachael K .Ward] in CTheory, 2011.

---. 'Bang bang ...' in continent: A Quarterly Review of Culture (1:3), 2011.

--- & Nicole Ong. ‘On abortion; or what’s love got to do with it’ in Journal of The International Association of Transdiciplinary Psychology (vol 3:1), 2011.   

---. 'On love and poetry---or where philosophers fear to tread' in continent: A Quarterly Review of Culture (1:1), 2011.

---. 'On the Ellipsis; Singapore, Kafka, and such dreams ....' in (Koh Tai Ann & Neil Murphy, Eds). Southeast Asian Review of English---Singapore & Malaysia Special Issue (No.50), 2010.

---. 'Waxing bin Laden' in Journal of The International Association of Transdiciplinary Psychology (vol 2:1), 2010.

---. 'On art; or the law, blindness, and possible gestures of virginity' in Artist Organized Art, 2010.

---. 'Elliptical Bodies; gender, biology, and such unknowns ...' in Assuming Gender (vol1:1), 2010.

---. 'Reading Julia; or you'll never walk alone' in Journal of The International Association of Transdiciplinary Psychology (vol 2:1), 2010.

---. 'On the ellipsis ... reading, violence, and a plea for evil' in The Wenshan Review of Literature and Culture (vol3:1), 2009.

---. ‘Of Oxen and Obama: What happens after the Orgy?’ in Semiophagy: A Journal of Pataphysics and Existential Semiotics (vol2), 2009.

---. ‘Choose Blindly: Approaching Death with Jacques Derrida or where Slavoj Žižek is afraid to tread’ in Journal of The International Association of Transdiciplinary Psychology (vol1:1), 2009.

---. ‘Read Blindly or an Incredulity towards the Trans’ in Journal of English and American Studies (vol7), 2008.

---. ‘Faking it: the Orgasmic moment of New(s)’ in Semiophagy: A Journal of Pataphysics and Existential Semiotics (vol1), 2008.

---. ‘The Spectre of the National that Haunts Singapore (Cinema) or You Can Only See Ghosts if You are Blind’ in borderlands e-journal (vol5:3), 2006.

---. ‘Auto-replay: The Perversion of Journalism’ in LittleGirlOnline: a magazine of tactical thinking (vol2), 2005.


Conference Papers

Jeremy Fernando. ‘Choo choo train chuggin’ down the track — on John Duffy’s Brother’, Singapore: Nanyang Technological University—The International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures: Ireland’s Writers in the 21st Century (24-28 July, 2017).

---. ‘— becoming bodies —’, Singapore: National University of Singapore—The Fifth International Deleuze Studies in Asia Conference: Desiring-Machines (9-11 June, 2017).

---. ‘On Moving Bodies’, Singapore: Nanyang Technological University—Movement(s) and Mobility: A Gender Studies Symposium (2-3 June, 2017).

---. ‘Touching screens — or, I touch myself …’, Singapore: Asia Research Institute—Homo Sapiens, Mortality, and the Internet in Contemporary Asia (14-15 March, 2016).

---. ‘I, Delilah’, performed with Anna-Caroline Pflug. Singapore: Nanyang Technological University—Product, Production, Productivity: A Women’s Studies Symposium (10 – 11 December, 2015).

---. ‘On Sciences with Isabelle Stengers; or, thinking with a ‘lil bit of dancing …’. Singapore: School of Art, Design, & Media, Nanyang Technological University—Environmental Visions (24 – 26 January, 2014).

---. ‘On dancing and trains; or, John Duffy’s Brother’. Sydney: Irish Studies Association of Australia & New Zealand—The Ends of Ireland (4-7 December, 2013).

---. ‘Mommy mommy …’. Singapore: Asia-Pacific Science & Technology Studies Network Biennale Conference—Knowing, Making, Governing (15-17 July, 2013).

---. ‘John, I’m only dancing …’. Singapore: Nanyang Technological University—Transcultural Imaginaries. (14-17 June, 2013).

---. ‘Yes, I would prefer not to …’. Singapore: National University of Singapore—International Association of Philosophy & Literature Annual Conference. (3-9 June, 2013).

---. ‘On Polanski and puppets; or Kleist dancing on a string …’. Singapore: Nanyang Technological University—Citizens of the World. (22-24 June, 2012).

---. 'When Kumar meets kathoeys; or did Ziggy play guitar ... '. Singapore: Asian Research Centre—Gender & Sexuality: Performance and Representation in Asia. (18 Jan, 2012).

---. ‘How to pick up a call in time’. Singapore : Nanyang Technological University—On the Contemporary. (24-26 June, 2011).

---. ‘The art of mourning … hold, cut, kill’. Singapore : National University of Singapore —Afterlife & Death in a Digital Age: Asian Perspectives. (26-28 May, 2011).

---. ‘On thinking; or movement, boundaries, and the trans …’. Nanjing : New York Institute of Technology & Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications—Crossing Borders: Traveling, Teaching, and Learning in a Global Age. (16-17 April, 2011).

---. 'On Reading; or a plea for evil ...'. Seoul: Ewha Womans University - Trading Places: The Changing Climate of English Studies. (27 Nov, 2010).

---. 'What if Lady Bracknell was your daddy; on the unimportance of gender and such bunburying'. Singapore: Australasian Victorian Studies Association - Re-Orienting Victorian Studies. (25-27 June, 2010).

---. 'On Bodies; reading, resonance, death'. Istanbul: Istanbul Bilgi University - Resonance(s): a Deleuze and Guattari Conference on Philosophy, Art and Politics. (Special Session, 22 April, 2010).

---. 'Waking up with Obama; or the morning after ...'. New York: 2010 Telos Conference - 'From Lifeworld to Politics: Empire in the Age of Obama. (16-17 Jan, 2010).

---. ‘Elliptical Reading or a plea for ethical violence’. Taipei: National Chenchi University – The Eight Annual Wenshan International Conference. (9-10 May, 2009).

---. ‘Just Reading’. Singapore: School of Humanities and Social Sciences – Sound, Silence and the Arts. (28 February, 2009).

---. ‘The Spectre of Singapore in Singapore cinema’. Onyang: The English Language and Literature Association of Korea – Re-visioning English Studies in Asia. (20-22 November, 2008).

---. ‘Read Blindly or an incredulity towards the trans’. Seoul: Ewha Womans University – Trans-Cultural Studies in the Pacific Era. (19 November, 2008).

---. ‘Reading the body: Derrida, Ronell and Cixous in the play-pen with Marguerite Duras’. Cardiff: Cardiff University – Assuming Gender. (27-29 May, 2008).

---. ‘Reading or Just Gaming: Poker with Helene Cixous and Jean-Francois Lyotard’. Seoul: Ewha Womans University – Provincializing English: The English Department in the Asian Context. (2-3 November, 2007) 

---. ‘Blind Ethics: Zizek, Derrida and the question of the Third’. Singapore: School of Humanities and Social Sciences –Irresponsibility. (28-30 September, 2006).

---. ‘The Spectre of the National that haunts Singapore Cinema’. Hong Kong: HKU - The Film Scene. (21-22 April, 2006)