Dylan Chng works at the National University of Singapore (NUS) as a research assistant on a module about Singapore’s transcultural longue durée art history. He recently earned his BA (Hons) in English literature, with a minor in art history, from NUS. His honours thesis explored the interpersonal dynamics behind collaborative horror storytelling in social media communities; his wider research focuses on ideas about intermedial digital reading and narratology that view literary engagement from the perspective of transhumanism. He intends to commence postgraduate studies in 2023/24.