CHA Issue #17 Goes Live


 

The June 2012 issue of Cha is now available. We would like to thank guest editors Divya Rajan (poetry) and Bob Bradshaw (prose) for reading the submissions with us. We would also like to thank Reviews Editor Eddie Tay for another fine selection of book reviews. 


The issue:


Poetry [Link]
Julian Stannard, Sarah Stanton, Joppan George, Julia Cariño, Eddie Tay, Aye Wollam, Daryl Yam, Rumjhum Biswas, Ken Turner, Stephanie Han, Joseph O. Legaspi, Vinita Agrawal, John McKernan, Birgit Linder, Michael Gray, Donna Vorreyer
Fiction [Link]
John Givens, Helena Hu
Creative non-fiction [Link]
Kim Liao
Translation
Owen Cooney translates Dazai Osamu

Photography & art [Link]
Christopher Anthony Leibow (cover artist), Matthew Wong, Papa Osumbal

Book reviews [Link]
Glen Jennings, Alice Tsay, Abigail Cheung, Peter van de Kamp, Goh Cheng Fai Zach, Michael Tsang, Feroz Rather





Cha Flash Fiction Contest – “Misinterpretation”
: Prizes: First: £50.00, Second: £30.00, Third: £20.00. Payable through Paypal.


We are accepting submissions for the Fifth Anniversary Issue, which is scheduled for December 2012. Associated Editors Arthur Leung (poetry) and  Royston Tester (prose) will help select the submissions. Deadline: 15 September. The issue will include the three winning stories from the “Misinterpretation” Flash Fiction Contest (see above). There will also be a special feature focusing on Hong Kong poetry, curated by Tammy Ho. If you are interested in having your work considered for publication in Cha, please read our submission guidelines.





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