New Updates on 5 Cha contributors: Ricky Garni, Donna Vorreyer, Christopher Anthony Leibow, Bob Bradshaw and Murli Melwani

Ricky Garni Ricky Garni‘s four new poems “Well If That’s The Way It Must Be, OK”, “Stroll by Numbers”, “Magic” and “1961” are now published in the latest edition of Softblow. || 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. His poem “Tarsier” was published in Issue #18 of Cha, ***** Donna Vorreyer Donna Vorreyer … Continue reading New Updates on 5 Cha contributors: Ricky Garni, Donna Vorreyer, Christopher Anthony Leibow, Bob Bradshaw and Murli Melwani

New updates on 7 Cha contributors: Ivy Alvarez, Bob Bradshaw, Arjun Rajendran, Kaitlin Solimine, W.F. Lantry, Murli Melwani and Ricky Garni

Ivy Alvarez “Tumbling”, a poem by Ivy Alvarez, is now available in the August/September edition of Our Own Voice.  || See Ivy Alvarez’s Cha profile.  ***** Bob Bradshaw and Arjun Rajendran Bob Bradshaw’s poem “Self Portrait with Bandaged Ear” and Arjun Rajendran’s poem “First Day at a New School” are now publsihed in the August 2012 issue of Red River Review.  || Read Bob Bradshaw’s Cha profile. || Arjun Rajendran’s poetry … Continue reading New updates on 7 Cha contributors: Ivy Alvarez, Bob Bradshaw, Arjun Rajendran, Kaitlin Solimine, W.F. Lantry, Murli Melwani and Ricky Garni

New updates on 5 Cha contributors: Nicolette Wong, Bob Bradshaw, John McKernan, Marc Vincenz and W.F. Lantry

Nicolette Wong Nicolette Wong‘s four prose poems, “The Glassblower”, “Hinamatsuri”, “Treehouse” and “Pith”, are published in Escape Into Life. Read them here. || Nicolette Wong’s short stories were published in Issue #1 and Issue #6 of Cha. –   ***** Bob Bradshaw Bob Bradshaw’s poem “Soon”, previously published in Mannequin Envy, is now available in Reprint Poetry. The poem describes a haunting picnic experience and contains this very lovely line: … Continue reading New updates on 5 Cha contributors: Nicolette Wong, Bob Bradshaw, John McKernan, Marc Vincenz and W.F. Lantry

New updates on 3 Cha contributors: Rumjhum Biswas, Bob Bradshaw and Royston Tester

Rumjhum Biswas Rumjhum Biswas‘s poem “The Fish, The Sea, and Me”, previously published in Contemporary Rhyme, is now reprinted in Wisdom Crieth Without. The poem has this line: ‘There, right there, I found a fish on the sand’. What will happen to this fish? Read on.   || See Rumjhum Biswas’s Cha profile.  ***** Bob Bradshaw Bob Bradshaw’s poem “Coleridge” is now published in the May 2012 issue … Continue reading New updates on 3 Cha contributors: Rumjhum Biswas, Bob Bradshaw and Royston Tester

Cha – Call for Submissions – Issue #17 (June 2012)

–– due out in June 2012. – Cha: An Asian Literary Journal is now calling for submissions for its June 2012 issue (Issue # 17). Please send in (preferably Asian-themed) poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, reviews, photography & art for consideration. Submission guidelines can be found here. Deadline: 15 March, 2012. Former contributors Divya Rajan (poetry) and Bob Bradshaw (prose) will act as guest editors and read the submissions with co-editors … Continue reading Cha – Call for Submissions – Issue #17 (June 2012)

Quarterly Literary Review Singapore is TEN years old!

– “You might also guess that I’ve never really been one for milestones. For me, the word is only one letter removed from millstones.”-Toh Hsien Min – Quarterly Literary Review Singapore (est. 2001), the first online independent literary periodical based in Singapore, turns 10! Remarkable! Happy Birthday! – In its tenth anniversary issue, you can find the following works by Cha contributors: Arjun Rajedran’s “Elegy of the adulteress”, Bernard Henrie’s “Jiating … Continue reading Quarterly Literary Review Singapore is TEN years old!