New updates on 7 Cha contributors: Ivy Alvarez, Bob Bradshaw, Arjun Rajendran, Kaitlin Solimine, W.F. Lantry, Murli Melwani and Ricky Garni

Ivy Alvarez

“Tumbling”, a poem by Ivy Alvarez, is now available in the August/September edition of Our Own Voice
|| See Ivy Alvarez’s Cha profile. 
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Bob Bradshaw and Arjun Rajendran

Bob Bradshaw’s poem “Self Portrait with Bandaged Ear” and Arjun Rajendran’s poem “First Day at a New School” are now publsihed in the August 2012 issue of Red River Review
|| Read Bob Bradshaw’s Cha profile.
|| Arjun Rajendran’s poetry was published in Issue #11 of Cha.
 

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Kaitlin Solimine

Kaitlin Solimine‘s invaluable personal essay “The Chinese Expat in Exile” is now published in The World of Chinese
|| Kaitlin Solimine’s fiction was published in Issue #14 of Cha.

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W.F. Lantry

W.F. Lantry‘s poem “Autumn” is featured in the Fall 2012 issue of Stone Voices. Learn more about the publication here.
||  Read W.F. Lantry’s Cha profile.
 

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Murli Melwani

A new short story by Murli Melwani entitled “Those Seasons of Contentment” is included in the August 2012 issue of Open Road Review. ‘Between the marble and kite seasons was the tops season’…
|| Murli Melwani’s fiction “Freezing Time” is forthcoming in Issue #18 of Cha, due out in late September 2012.


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Ricky Garni
Ricky Garni‘s new poems “The Really Lone Ranger” and “A Look Inside” are published in The Bakery yesterday and today respectively. You can also listen to Ricky’s recordings of the two pieces on the Bakery website. Don’t you think “A Look Inside” is very interesting? Where does Ricky get all these ideas? A third poem is forthcoming tomorrow. 
|| Ricky Garni’s poem “Literal Translation of Korean Ideograms” was published in Issue #16 of Cha and was creatively responded on A Cup of Fine Tea. Ricky’s poem “Tarsier” is forthcoming in Issue #18 of Cha, due out in late September 2012.


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