Cheyenne Alexandria Phillips is a writer, performer, Associate Artist and the Publications & Communications Executive with Checkpoint Theatre.
She was also conferred as a Young ASEAN Storyteller in 2022. Cheyenne’s writing revolves around the environment, culture and identity. Her writing and performance credits include A Literary Trail of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve (2022), Vulnerable (2021), an eight-part podcast, and A Grand Design (2020), an audio experience with Checkpoint Theatre, as well as In The Twine: A Tapestry of Stories (Singapore Writer’s Festival 2018) and For The Record (Centre 42’s Basement Workshop Residency 2017). Cheyenne is also a licensed Tourist Guide and has hosted eco-literary walks around MacRitchie Reservoir in collaboration with the Public Utilities Board (PUB) as part of Singapore Water Month 2018.
Cheyenne was the Editor of singpowrimo.com, an online literary journal by SingLit Station. Her other writings can be found in the Quarterly Literary Review Singapore (QLRS), Contour: A Lyrical Cartography of Singapore (Poetry Festival Singapore, 2019) and Who Are You My Country? Writing about Identity, Past and Present (Landmark Books, 2018). She writes a weekly newsletter: Field Notes From The Poetic Scientist and runs a bi-monthly spoken word competition called Outspoken.