New updates on 5 Cha contributors: W.F. Lantry, Ricky Garni, Vaughan Rapatahana, Berit Ellingsen and Shivani Sivagurunathan

W.F. Lantry

Two stories by W.F. Lantry are now featured in Curly Red Stories. Read “Reason for Being” and “Desire” and if you like them, leave a comment. 
|| Read W.F. Lantry’s Cha profile. 


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Ricky Garni

Ricky Garni’s poem “Seven Old Ladies” is published in the second issue of A Baker’s Dozen (you need to scroll down to read the piece). Is it a good idea to take blood pressure medicine? Can you think of any good medicine? Maybe Ricky can answer the second question in his next poem.

|| Ricky Garni’s poetry was published in Issue #16 of Cha. 


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Vaughan Rapatahana

Vaughan Rapatahana’s book Philosophical (a)Musings: Colin Wilson, Me + the Meaning of Life is now available. This is a collection of Vaughan’s reviews of books by Colin Wilson, author of the seminal The Outsider (1956) and England’s leading Existentialist philosopher, as well as his extrapolations from the ideas of Wilson into the realms of original metaphysical philosophy.  
|| Vaughan Rapatahana’s poetry was published in Issue #8 of Cha.

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Berit Ellingsen
Berit Ellingsen‘s story “Thaumiel’s Ears” is included in the first issue of Cutaway Magazine. Learn more about this publication here.
|| Read Berit Ellingsen’s Cha profile.

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Shivani Sivagurunathan
Shivani Sivagurunathan‘s poem “Day at the Mosque” is now published in Construction Magazine. It has this haunting line: ‘Who can say that the time is coming, has come, or is here?’
|| Shivani Sivagurunathan’s stories were published in Issue #13 and Issue #15 of Cha and her poetry was published in Issue #16 of the journal. 

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