New updates on 10 Cha contributors: Iris A. Law, Ricky Garni, Christopher Anthony Leibow, Sridala Swami, Berit Ellingsen, Greg Santos, Jee Leong Koh, Lee Herrick, Kim-An Lieberman and Joseph O. Legaspi

Iris A. Law

Iris A. Law’s poem “Watching The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, I think of my father” is now published in the September 2012 issue of The Collagist. ‘Shells and rough silica scrape at the catacombs of my ears’… .
|| Iris A. Law’s poetry has been published in Issue #7 of Cha. Her“Circumnavigation” was selected for inclusion in Sundress Publications’ 2009 Best of the Net Anthology and discussed on A Cup of Fine Tea.
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Ricky Garni
Ricky Garni‘s poem “Samantha” is published in The Bakery, edited by Albert Abonado. Listen to Ricky’s very wonderful recording of the poem. LOL. WTF. 
|| Ricky Garni’s poem “Literal Translation of Korean Ideograms” was published in Issue #16 of Cha and was creatively responded on A Cup of Fine Tea. Ricky’s poem “Tarsier” is forthcoming in Issue #18 of Cha, due out in late September 2012.

 

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Christopher Anthony Leibow

Christopher Anthony Leibow has a piece of artwork, entitled “Dreaming Nagasaki”, featured in the latest edition of Samizdat Literary JournalChristopher is the cover artist of the current issue of Cha.
|| Christopher Anthony Leibow’s artwork was published in Issue #17 of Cha. 
 

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Sridala Swami

Last Sunday, in The Sunday Guardian, Sridala Swami reviewed The Poetry of the Taliban, which was edited by Alex Strick Von Linschoten and Felix Kuehn. Read the review here
|| Sridala Swami‘s poem “moments before they take him away” was published in issue #3 of Cha and discussed on A Cup of Fine Tea. 

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Berit Ellingsen

Berit Ellingsen‘s story “The Cat that Dogs Hissed At” is featured on Navigating the Havens.
|| Read Berit Ellingsen’s Cha profile.
 

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Greg Santos

Greg Santos‘s new poem “Flickering into Oblivion” is available in the Summer 2012 issue of the New Haven Review, a publication that provides a platform for writers associated with the Greater New Haven area. If you cannot get a copy of the print edition, you can still read Greg’s poem here. ‘Neither of us can sleep’….
|| Greg Santos’s poem “Siem Reap, Cambodia” was published in issue #10 of Cha and discussed on A Cup of Fine Tea.


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Jee Leong Koh, Lee Herrick, Kim-An Lieberman and Joseph O. Legaspi
A special issue of Mascara Literary Review, focusing on Asian American poetry and guest edited by Jee Leong Koh, is now out! The issue features works by several Cha contributors. Read Lee Herrick’s poems “Kwi Ch’on ” and “Self-Portrait”; Kim-An Lieberman’s poems “Unearthing Song” and “The Anti-Chinese Riot at Seattle, Washington Territory, Drawn By W.P. Snyder, From Sketches By J.F. Whiting, of Seattle”; and an introduction – a love song – to Kundiman by Joseph O. Legaspi.
|| Jee Leong Koh’s poem “Razminovenie, or Nonmeeting” was published in issue #6 of Cha and discussed on A Cup of Fine Tea.

|| Lee Herrick’s poetry was published in issue #4 of Cha.
|| Kim-An Lieberman’s poetry was published in issue #12 of Cha.
|| Joseph O. Legaspi’s poetry was published in issue #17 of Cha.


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