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 works by several Cha contributors.
-Mani Rao’s translation from the Sanskrit [Link]
-Cyril Wong’s poem “Camel” [Link]
-Lee Yew Leong (also editor of Asymptote) translated Jing Xianghai’s poetry from the Chinese [Link] and “Sex and Love Really Are Two Different Things” (originally a Chinese article on Eileen Chang by Belinda Chang) [Link]
- Mani Rao’s poetry was published in Issue #1 of Cha.
- Cyril Wong’s poetry has been published in Issue #1 of Cha.
- Yew Leong Lee’s short story “The Disappearance” was published in Issue#6 of Cha.