New updates on 7 Cha contributors: Aditi Rao, Arjun Rajendran, Changming Yuan, Nabina Das, Anuradha Vijayakrishnan, Berit Ellingsen and Birgit Linder

Aditi Rao, Arjun Rajendran, Changming Yuan and Nabina Das

Four Cha contributors have new works published in the August 2012 issue of The Four Quarters Magazine. Read Nabina Das‘s short story “Asking Anandi” (pp. 8-10), six poems by Aditi Rao (pp. 93-96), Changming Yuan’s poems “Natural Confrontations” (p. 108) and “January 2: for Yuan Hongqi” (p. 109) and Arjun Rajendran‘s poem “Over a Cup of Coffee” (pp. 114-115) in the new issue.
|| Aditi Rao’s poem “Reunion” will be published in issue #16 of Cha.
|| Arjun Rajendran’s poetry was published in Issue #11 of Cha.
|| Changming Yuan’s poetry was published in Issue #13 of Cha.
|| Nabina Das’s poetry was published in Issue #10 of Cha.

Anuradha Vijayakrishnan and Changming Yuan 

Anuradha Vijayakrishnan and Changming Yuan have poems included in the Summer 2012 issue of Conversation Poetry Magazine. Read Anuradha’s “Curtains” (p. 20) and Changming’s “The Mouse, A Mouse” (p. 21) and “SAWS: A Seasonal Poem” (pp. 22-23) here.
|| Anuradha Vijayakrishnan’s poem “Suicide Note” was published in Issue #10 of Cha and discussed on A Cup of Fine Tea
|| Changming Yuan’s poetry was published in Issue #13 of Cha.


Berit Ellingsen

Berit Ellingsen‘s prose poem “A Catalog of Planets” is available in the latest edition of Negative Suck.   
|| Read Berit Ellingsen’s Cha profile.

Birgit Linder

Congratulations to Birgit Linder! Her poetry collection has been named a semi-finalist of the Proverse Prize (2012). Birgit, born in Germany and educated in Germany and the USA, has previously lived in Taiwan and China. She is currently teaching in Hong Kong. You can see the full list of semi-finalists here. The finalists will be announced on 20 November 2012 and the winner (or two joint-winners) will be announced in the Spring of 2013. Congratulations, Birgit! And good luck!

|| Birgit Linder’s poetry was published in Issue # 17 of Cha and her photography sequence “Urban Philosophies” is forthcoming in Issue #18 of the journal, due out in late September 2012. 



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