Yew Leong Lee in Chutzpah Magazine

– Yew Leong Lee’s translation of Liu Qingban’s “The One Who Picks Flowers” is published in the English insert (titled Peregrine) of the sixth issue of Chutzpah Magazine. Peregrine features English translations of selected pieces of the Chinese content. You can download all the Peregrines on the Paper Republic website.–Yew Leong Lee’s short story “The Disappearance” was published in Issue#6 of Cha. – Advertisements Continue reading Yew Leong Lee in Chutzpah Magazine

Cha contributors in Asymptote

– The January 2012 issue of Asymptote is now available and it features work by Cha contributors Lucas Klein, Xi Chuan and Lee Yew Leong (editor of Asymptote).  Read “Beast”, “The Distance” and “Poison” from Xi Chuan’s forthcoming Notes on the Mosquito. here. These poems are translated from the Chinese by Lucas Klein. In the issue, Lee Yew Leong translates Jing Xianghai’s “The Bus Driver’s … Continue reading Cha contributors in Asymptote

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 Asymptote

The July issue of  Asymptote is now live. This is the publication’s biggest and boldest issue to date. It features a new Upaniṣad translation, master of the lyric novel Shen Congwen, “Ghalib Redux”, poems by Tomaž Šalamun, the philosophy of Yoshimichi Nakajima, an interview with Chen Show Mao, Sven Birkerts on Bolaño, Péter Esterházy and Gábor Németh in our Hungarian Fiction Feature, and visual art … Continue reading Cha contributors in Asymptote

Asymptote Journal: A New International Literary Journal

“– Announcing the launch of ASYMPTOTE, a new international literary journal dedicated to the art and practice of translation. Founded out of Singapore, with editors scattered across the globe, ASYMPTOTE offers a well-calibrated window on world literature, in all its forms. Issue Jan 2011 features original essays by Mary Gaitskill and Alain de Botton, fiction by Thomas Bernhard and Yoram Kaniuk, poetry by Aimé Césaire, … Continue reading Asymptote Journal: A New International Literary Journal

Introducing Asymptote

I am very excited to have the opportunity to introduce Asymptote to Cha readers. Asymptote is a new journal dedicated to literary translation and is run by a team of talented people from different parts of the world — Singapore, Taiwan, Germany, and the U.S. Cha contributor Yew Leong Lee (Singapore/Taiwan) is the founder of the publication while another contributor, Ng Yi-Sheng (Singapore), is the Drama editor. The … Continue reading Introducing Asymptote

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

Bob Bradshaw and Lee Yew Leong in Quarterly Literary Review Singapore

Read Bob Bradshaw’s “Nights in the Forbidden City”, Lee Yew Leong’s “mr cognito’s induction into the mile high club” and “Honey, I’m Off To Be A Jellyfish Now”. in the latest issue (October 2010) of Quarterly Literary Review Singapore. – – Read Bob Bradshaw’s Cha profile. Yew Leong Lee’s short story “The Disappearance” was published in Issue#6 of Cha. – – Continue reading Bob Bradshaw and Lee Yew Leong in Quarterly Literary Review Singapore

GASPP: a Gay Anthology of Singapore Poetry and Prose

GASPP: a Gay Anthology of Singapore Poetry and Prose is an anthology of writing by queer Singapore writers, co-edited by Ng Yi-Sheng with Dominic Chua, Jasmine Seah and Irene Oh. The book features works by several Cha contributors including Cyril Wong, Lee Yew Leong, Koh Jee Leong, O Thiam Chin and Ng Yi-Sheng. More information about the collection can be found here. GASPP: A Gay Anthology of Singapore … Continue reading GASPP: a Gay Anthology of Singapore Poetry and Prose