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Quiz: What’s Your Guilty Pleasure?

It’s 2021 – and you’re constantly being told to be your best self! There’s that pile of books waiting to be read, countless browser tabs open with must-read articles, and a list of podcasts that are supposed to make you smarter. But at the end of a long day, all you find yourself reaching for is that dog-eared paperback, the classic album from your youth, or the so-bad-it’s-good reality series…. your Guilty Pleasures. 🤫

Take this quiz and let your results reveal which programmes will satisfy your tastes, be they lofty or lowbrow, at the Singapore Writers Festival 2021!

Alternatively, click here for the quiz.

Singapore Writers Festival (SWF) 2021 takes place from now till 14 Nov with the theme “Guilty Pleasures”. Check out more Guilty Pleasures at SWF, including video-on-demand programmes from 19-28 Nov.

Singapore Writers Festival (SWF) 2021 takes place 5–14 November, with a hybrid format with a mix of in-person and online events. A Festival Pass costs $20; a Festival Pass Plus costs $35. A VOD pass costs $12, valid for 19-28 Nov.

This quiz is sponsored by Arts House Limited. The money earned from paid advertising goes towards covering ArtsEquator’s running costs and paying our writers and content creators. We have a strict policy regarding which content which can and cannot be sponsored. To read more about our editorial policy, please go here.

This quiz is written by Aditi Shivaramakrishnan. She works as an arts manager, editor and writer in Singapore.

About the author(s)

Aditi Shivaramakrishnan (she/her/hers) works as an editor, writer, arts manager and speech-to-text-interpreter in Singapore.

She has been published in ArtsEquator, gal-dem, The New Paper, Portside Review and SINdie, and has conducted qualitative research, edited art books, comics and young adult fiction titles, developed educational programmes, managed marketing and communications, created content, done live note-taking, and moderated events for organisations including AWARE, Difference Engine, Epigram Books, Equal Dreams, Facebook, National Gallery Singapore, Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film, and the Singapore International Film Festival.

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