CHA Issue#8 Goes Live


Cha: An Asian Literary Journal Issue #8

We are pleased to announce that the eighth issue of Cha: An Asian Literary Journal has now been launched. It features work by the following writers/artists: Steve Ausherman, Nigel Beale, Amy Cheng, Patrick Donnelly, Viki Holmes, Luisa A. Igloria, Lillian Kwok, Franky Lau, Larry Lefkowitz, Eva Leung, Pierre Lien, Belle Ling Hoi Ching, Christopher Luppi, Jonathan Mendelsohn, Stephen D. Miller, Nikesh Murali, Ng Yi-Sheng, O Thiam Chin, Divya Rajan, Prashani Rambukwella, Vaughan Rapatahana, Kate Rogers, Steven Schroeder, Rohith Sundararaman, Gillian Sze, Kok-Meng Tan, Anne Tibbitts, David C.E. Tneh, Lynn van der Velden-Elliott and Les Wicks.

We would like to thank our guest editor Royston Tester for his fantastic help putting the issue together. He has also kindly arranged to launch the new issue in Beijing later this month. If you happen to be in the city, please do attend. More information about this will be posted on this blog.

We would also like to point out that we are continuing to build our Reviews section under the leadership of our Reviews Editor Eddie Tay. If you have a book you would like reviewed or you would like to review a book, please contact Eddie at eddie@asiancha.com. You may also wish to follow us on Twitter @asiancha, where we send updates about literary news from Asia and the rest of the world. Cha is still looking for “Lost Teas” to publish. These are previously published works which appeared in journals which have now folded. If you have a piece that is now lost but you would like it to be re-found, please read our submission guidelines and send it along to submissions@asiancha.com.

Finally, our second anniversary issue is due out in November of this year. We are very happy to announce that once again, poet, novelist and historian Reid Mitchell will lend us his expertise in the role of guest poetry editor and Jonathan Mendelsohn will be guest prose editor. The deadline for submissions is October 1st. If you have a piece you think would be right for Cha, please do not hesitate to submit.

We hope that you enjoy the new issue.

Tammy Ho & Jeff Zroback
Cha
http://www.asiancha.com/

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