Announcement: Collaboration with Voice & Verse Poetry Magazine

We are very happy to announce that selected poems from the ten-year history of Cha: An Asian Literary Journal (2007-2017) will be included in a special section in the December 2017 issue of the Hong Kong-based print poetry magazine, Voice & Verse. This collaboration, the first of its kind, celebrates the ten-year anniversary of Cha. The poems selected will be the editors’ favourites from the past ten years, … Continue reading Announcement: Collaboration with Voice & Verse Poetry Magazine

New updates on 5 Cha contributors: Wendy Xu, Nicholas Y.B. Wong, W.F. Lantry, Alistair Noon and Rumjhum Biswas

Wendy Xu  “I WAS NOT EVEN BORN WHEN YOU BECAME AN EXPERT”, a poem co-written by Wendy Xu and Nick Sturm, is published in the Summer 2012 issue of Birdfeast. You know, we are all made of very small particles… || Wendy Xu’s poetry was published in Issue #16 of Cha.  ***** Nicholas Y.B. Wong Nicholas Y.B. Wong’s poem “Buddha’s Public Lecture: Who is Afraid of Ai“ is now available … Continue reading New updates on 5 Cha contributors: Wendy Xu, Nicholas Y.B. Wong, W.F. Lantry, Alistair Noon and Rumjhum Biswas

New updates on 4 Cha contributors: Kristine Ong Muslim, Ocean Vuong, W.F. Lantry and Alistair Noon

Kristine Ong Muslim Kristine Ong Muslim‘s story “Moonman” is now published in the April 2012 issue of Phantasmacore.  || Kristine Ong Muslim’s poetry was published in issue #9 of Cha and her poem “Preface to a Pornographer’s Dirty Book” is discussed here. ***** Ocean Vuong Ocean Vuong‘s poem “Despite Everything, My Dancers” is published in Issue #25 (The Generation Issue) of Hyphen. Read the poem here and learn more about the … Continue reading New updates on 4 Cha contributors: Kristine Ong Muslim, Ocean Vuong, W.F. Lantry and Alistair Noon

New updates on 5 Cha contributors: Winne Chau, Nicholas Y.B. Wong, Alistair Noon, Luisa A. Igloria and Marc Vincenz

Winnie Chau and Nicholas Y.B. Wong Read Winnie Chau’s theatre review of Pains of Youth and an interview with Nicholas Y.B. Wong in the latest issue of Time Out Hong Kong. See Nicholas Wong’s Cha’s profile here  Winnie Chau’s poem “her story” was published in Issue #4 of Cha ***** Alistair Noon Excerpt from Alistair Noon’s “At the Atlantic” can now be read in The Bangor Daily News‘ Uni-Verse column.   … Continue reading New updates on 5 Cha contributors: Winne Chau, Nicholas Y.B. Wong, Alistair Noon, Luisa A. Igloria and Marc Vincenz

New updates on 6 Cha contributors: Alistair Noon, Wendy Xu, Greg Santos, Marc Vincenz, Luisa A. Igloria and Kristine Ong Muslim

Alistair Noon Two poems by Alistair Noon are published in the latest issue of World Literature Today. Have a look here.  Alistair Noon’s poetry and creative non-fiction were published in issue #2 of Cha. His poem “The Expat Partner: An Email” is discussed here. ***** Wendy Xu Four poems by Wendy Xu are published in the latest issue of Red Lightbulbs. Read “We Are Both Sure to Die”, “We are Both … Continue reading New updates on 6 Cha contributors: Alistair Noon, Wendy Xu, Greg Santos, Marc Vincenz, Luisa A. Igloria and Kristine Ong Muslim

Alistair Noon in L I t T e R

Alistair Noon’s three poems from Earth Records (forthcoming 2012) are published in L I t T e R. The poems are “The Seafarer Poet in Newcastle”, “Hannah Höch at Schloß Charlottenburg, May 1945” and “Memo to Charles Reznikoff in Los Angeles”. Read them here. Alistair Noon’s poetry and creative non-fiction were published in issue #2 of Cha. His poem “The Expat Partner: An Email” is analysed here. –– Continue reading Alistair Noon in L I t T e R

Cha contributors win Best Short Writing in the World 2011

– – Congratulations to Robert Masterson. His poignant poem “The Distance Between These Things” wins Fleeting Magazine’s Best Short Writing in the World 2011. Robert will receive a year’s subscription to Stack, a personalised monthly selection of the best independent magazines from the UK, Europe and America. Marc Vincenz wins third place with his social critique poem “While Facing the Urinal” and he will receive … Continue reading Cha contributors win Best Short Writing in the World 2011