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

Updates on 8 contributors: Arthur Leung, Daryl Yam, Cyril Wong, Ivy Alvarez, Marc Vincenz, Rumjhum Biswas, Dena Rash Guzman and Kristine Ong Muslim

Arthur Leung, Daryl Yam and Cyril Wong The new issue of Quarterly Literary Review Singapore is now available! Read Arthur Leung’s “Chicken Rice in Singapore” (a reinterpretation of Leung Ping-kwan’s Chinese poem), Daryl Yam’s stories “It’s Not Valid” and “Love Is A Killer” and Cyril Wong’s regular column, Acid Tongue – this time the topic is “More things wrong in American poetry”. There is also a review of … Continue reading Updates on 8 contributors: Arthur Leung, Daryl Yam, Cyril Wong, Ivy Alvarez, Marc Vincenz, Rumjhum Biswas, Dena Rash Guzman and Kristine Ong Muslim

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!

Cha contributors in Asymptote

The October 2011 issue of  Asymptote is now live. It features Murakami, Milosz and Szirtes, Lydia Davis’s first Dutch translations, essays by Dale Peck, various Burmese poets, Piyush Daiya, primers on Croatian novels and Eileen Chang, their first English Poetry Feature, an interview about the Arab uprisings and a video with sounds from outer space. Read the new issue here. The new issue also includes … Continue reading Cha contributors in Asymptote

Cha contributors in Quarterly Literary Review Singapore

– Three Cha contributors have new works published in the April 2011 issue of Quarterly Literary Review Singapore. Read Jennifer Wong’s poem “The Find” and story “The Assistant”; Bernard Henrie’s poem “The Moon a Late Bus”; and O Thiam Chin’s story “Sleeping”. The issue also contains “Hiding Behind the Maple Leaf” by Cyril Wong.– Jennifer Wong’s poem “Companions” was published in issue #5 of Cha and discussed here. She … Continue reading Cha contributors in Quarterly Literary Review Singapore

Ng Yi-Sheng and Cyril Wong in The Substation Love-Letters Project

= Ng Yi-Sheng’s poem “How Buildings Make Love” and Cyril Wong’s “Eclipse” are now published in The Substation Love-Letters Project. Learn more about the project here.  – Ng Yi-Sheng’s poetry was published in issue #8 of Cha. Cyril Wong’s poetry has been published in issue#1 of Cha. = Continue reading Ng Yi-Sheng and Cyril Wong in The Substation Love-Letters Project

Bookstore Launch of GASPP, Sunday 21 Nov, 3pm

BOOKSTORE LAUNCH OF GASPP: A GAY ANTHOLOGY OF SINGAPORE POETRY AND PROSE 3-4pm, Birds & Co, Orchard Cineleisure #03-05A http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=159379880764684 They are expecting to feature readings with Ovidia Yu, X’Ho, Lee Yew Leong and Cyril Wong.– Ng Yi-Sheng’s poetry was published in issue #8 of Cha. Cyril Wong’s poetry was published in issue#1 of Cha. Yew Leong Lee’s short story “The Disappearance” was published in Issue#6 of Cha. – Continue reading Bookstore Launch of GASPP, Sunday 21 Nov, 3pm

Cha contributors in Mascara Literary Review

Several Cha contributors have new works published in the latest issue (October 2010) of Mascara Literary Review. Read Fiona Sze-Lorrain’s three poems “Rendez-vous at Pont des Arts”, “Fragile” and “My Grandmother Waters the Moon”; Cyril Wong’s three poems “School Bus”, “Buffet” and “Bear”; and Mani Rao’s three poems “Ding Dong Bell”, “Iliad Blues” and “Peace Treaty”. –– Fiona Sze-Lorrain’s poetry was published in issue #12 … Continue reading Cha contributors in Mascara Literary Review