New updates on 4 Cha contributors: Kristine Ong Muslim, Ocean Vuong, W.F. Lantry and Alistair Noon

Kristine Ong Muslim

Kristine Ong Muslim‘s story “Moonman” is now published in the April 2012 issue of Phantasmacore
|| Kristine Ong Muslim’s poetry was published in issue #9 of Cha and her poem “Preface to a Pornographer’s Dirty Book” is discussed here.

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Ocean Vuong

Ocean Vuong‘s poem “Despite Everything, My Dancers” is published in Issue #25 (The Generation Issue) of Hyphen. Read the poem here and learn more about the issue here.
|| Ocean Vuong’s poem “Paramour” was published in issue#10 of Cha; the poem has been nominated for inclusion in Best of the Net Anthology 2010.

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W.F. Lantry

 Read W.F. Lantry‘s review of Lisa Viho’s The Accidental Present in the latest issue of The Big Bridge.
|| Read W.F. Lantry’s Cha profile.

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Alistair Noon

Alistair Noon’s first full-length collection, Earth Records, is due out this month from Nine Arches Press. Alistair is having a book tour to launch the book. He will appear in London (Wed 16 May, Thursday 17 May – the main London launch), Sheffield (Saturday 19 May), Nottingham (Sunday 20 May), Leicester (Monday 21 May) and finally, Berlin (Thursday 24 May – this is the main Berlin launch).
||  Alistair Noon’s poetry and creative non-fiction were published in issue #2 of Cha. His poem “The Expat Partner: An Email” is discussed here.

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New updates on 5 Cha contributors: Winne Chau, Nicholas Y.B. Wong, Alistair Noon, Luisa A. Igloria and Marc Vincenz

Winnie Chau and Nicholas Y.B. Wong

Read Winnie Chau’s theatre review of Pains of Youth and an interview with Nicholas Y.B. Wong in the latest issue of Time Out Hong Kong.

See Nicholas Wong’s Cha’s profile here 
Winnie Chau’s poem “her story” was published in Issue #4 of Cha

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Alistair Noon

Excerpt from Alistair Noon’s “At the Atlantic” can now be read in The Bangor Daily NewsUni-Verse column.  

Alistair Noon’s poetry and creative non-fiction were published in issue #2 of Cha. His poem “The Expat Partner: An Email” is discussed here.



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Luisa A. Igloria

 Luisa A. Igloria‘s tweet poem is featured on NPR’s “Tell Me More” show. You can read the story and listen to the audio here. Luisa’s poem begins with the line ‘Remember when summers’…

Luisa A. Igloria’s poetry was published in issue #2 and issue #8 of Cha

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Marc Vincenz
Marc Vincenz’s poem “For the Shadow Council,”, first published in Exquisite Corpse, is now on October Babies. You can also listen to Marc’s audio recording of the poem.

Read Marc Vincenz’s Cha profile.

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New updates on 6 Cha contributors: Alistair Noon, Wendy Xu, Greg Santos, Marc Vincenz, Luisa A. Igloria and Kristine Ong Muslim

Alistair Noon

Two poems by Alistair Noon are published in the latest issue of World Literature Today. Have a look here

Alistair Noon’s poetry and creative non-fiction were published in issue #2 of Cha. His poem “The Expat Partner: An Email” is discussed here.

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Wendy Xu

Four poems by Wendy Xu are published in the latest issue of Red Lightbulbs. Read “We Are Both Sure to Die”, “We are Both Sure to Die”, “This Year I Mean to be an Elephant” and “Wow is What I Want” here
Wendy Xu’s poetry was published in Issue #16 of Cha. 



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Greg Santos

A selection of “Google Autocomplete” poems Greg Santos compiled appeared on Internet Poetry. Check out, for example, THIS and THIS

Greg Santos’s poem “Siem Reap, Cambodia” was published in issue #10 of Cha and discussed here.

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Marc Vincenz
Marc Vincenz’s poem “Ante Perpetuum”, first published in Pull of the Gravitons (Right Hand Pointing), is now on October Babies.

Read Marc Vincenz’s Cha profile.

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Luisa A. Igloria

Luisa A. Igloria’s poem “Lineage” is part of “Crossing the Country Line by Line”, the project of YARN: Young Adult Review Network celebrating national poetry month. 

Luisa A. Igloria’s poetry was published in issue #2 and issue #8 of Cha.
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Kristine Ong Muslim



Read an interview with Kristine Ong Muslim in the latest issue of JMWW. There is also a review of Kristine’s Night Fish in the edition.
Kristine Ong Muslim’s poetry was published in issue #9 of Cha and her poem “Preface to a Pornographer’s Dirty Book” is discussed here.

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Alistair Noon in L I t T e R

Alistair Noon’s three poems from Earth Records (forthcoming 2012) are published in L I t T e R. The poems are “The Seafarer Poet in Newcastle”, “Hannah Höch at Schloß Charlottenburg, May 1945” and “Memo to Charles Reznikoff in Los Angeles”. Read them here.

Alistair Noon’s poetry and creative non-fiction were published in issue #2 of Cha. His poem “The Expat Partner: An Email” is analysed here.


Cha contributors win Best Short Writing in the World 2011

Congratulations to Robert Masterson. His poignant poem “The Distance Between These Things” wins Fleeting Magazine’s Best Short Writing in the World 2011. Robert will receive a year’s subscription to Stack, a personalised monthly selection of the best independent magazines from the UK, Europe and America.

Marc Vincenz wins third place with his social critique poem “While Facing the Urinal” and he will receive three months’ subscription to Stack.

Vineet Kaul and Alistair Noon were finalists.

Fleeting publishes short fiction and poetry that is daring, erudite, amusing and infectious. They are accepting open submissions now.

  • Robert Masterson’s poetry will be featured in the fourth anniversary issue of Cha, due out in November 2011.
  • Marc Vincenz’s poetry was published in Issue 10 of Cha.
  • Vineet Kaul’s poetry was published in Issue #13 of Cha.
  • Alistair Noon’s poetry and creative non-fiction were published in issue #2 of Cha. His poem “The Expat Partner: An Email” is discussed here.

Cha contributors in Horizon Review

The sixth issue of Salt’s Horizon Review is now live and four Cha contributors have new works in it. Read W.F. Lantry’s “Periplus”, Alistair Noon’s “From Earth Records”, Todd Swift’s “Hunting Party” and “Old Master” and Wena Poon’s “Sanjay Patel of Palo Alto California”

Alistair Noon’s "Hill with Bunker and Flak Tower"

You can now read Alistair Noon’s poem “Hill with Bunker and Flak Tower” on the Longbarrow Press website. The poem, first published in Gists and Piths, will be included in Alistair’s forthcoming pamphlet Swamp Area (revised and expanded from the 2009 Intercapillary Editions online publication. This poem first appeared in Gists and Piths). Click here to listen to Alistair reading “Hill with Bunker and Flak Tower” in Berlin. Nice voice!


Alistair Noon’s poetry and creative non-fiction were published in issue #2 of Cha. His poem “The Expat Partner: An Email” is discussed here.


Some Questions on the Cultural Revolution


Author photo © Clare Jephcott

Some Questions on the Cultural Revolution is a new chapbook by Alistair Noon. It records the moment when the Chinese People’s Congress recognised private property, and carries the reader forward into a very particular and fascinating world opening with the journey told in Memoirs of a Leningrad Sinologist. You can read a sample and purchase a copy of the chapbook here.
Alistair Noon’s poetry and creative non-fiction were published in issue #2 of Cha. His poem “The Expat Partner: An Email” is discussed here.

Two new chapbooks by Alistair Noon


Author photo © Clare Jephcott
Longbarrow Press is proud to annnounce the publication of:
  1. Animals and Places by Alistair Noon (A5, 24pp) £4
  2. The Bronze Horseman by Alexander Pushkin in a new translation by Alistair Noon (210mm x 112mm, 28pp) £4
You can buy both (for a limited period) for £8 (post free) and you’ll also receive a limited print edition of Alistair Noon’s essay, ‘Dragged Along by a Statue: Translating Pushkin’s The Bronze Horseman’. Both titles have been assembled and finished by hand.
Prices are inclusive of UK postage and packing. Please add £1 per title for European orders.
Please make cheques payable to Brian Lewis and send orders to:
Brian Lewis
6 Tenby Close
Swindon
SN3 1LN

Enquiries to brian.lewis@openwork.uk.com

Alistair Noon’s poetry and creative non-fiction were published in issue #2 of Cha. His poem “The Expat Partner: An Email” is discussed here.

Alistair Noon in StAnza 2010

Alistair Noon will be discussing Poetry Beyond the Page and will feature in Younger International Poets.

StAnza 2010 takes place from: 17-21 March, 2010
Location: St Andrews, Fife, Scotland
Hub Venue: The Byre Theatre
Other venues: The Undercroft, Parliament Hall, St Mary’s Hall, The Town Hall – Supper Room & Council Chamber, The Public Library, The Trust Museum & The Green Room
Themes: Myth & Legend, The Director’s Cut
Alistair Noon’s poetry and creative non-fiction were published in issue #2 of Cha. His poem “The Expat Partner: An Email” is analysed here.