New updates on 3 Cha contributors: Alvin Pang, Arjun Rajendran and Vaughan Rapatahana

Alvin Pang

Alvin Pang’s When the Barbarians Arrive, a selection of works from his previous five collections, is now available from Arc Publications! The selection ranges from love poems to satirical writing. These are poems that are “wry and shrewd, intelligent and sensitive”. They are also “at once recognizably national and international in reach, offering a fresh edgy energy to the wave of urban poetry emerging from Singapore”. Learn more about When the Barbarians Arrive here.

|| Alvin Pang’s poetry was published in issue #2 of Cha and his photographs were published in issue #12 and issue #16 of the journal.


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Arjun Rajendran

|| Arjun Rajendran’s poetry was published in Issue #11 of Cha.


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Vaughan Rapatahana

Two poems by Vaughan Rapatahana are now published in Rem Magazine

|| Vaughan Rapatahana’s poetry was published in Issue #8 of Cha.

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New updates on 5 Cha contributors: Judith Huang, Arjun Rajendran, Marc Vincenz, J.H. Martin and W.F. Lantry

Judith Huang

Read Judith Huang’s article “Finding the Magic in Light” in China Daily.

Judith Huang’s poetry was published in Issue #16 of Cha


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Arjun Rajendran

Two poems by Arjun Rajendran, “pyre” and “Picnic”, are now published in the latest issue of Eclectica Magazine.   

Arjun Rajendran’s poetry was published in Issue #11 of Cha.



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Marc Vincenz

 Marc Vincenz’s poem “Corruption” is featured in the Spring 2012 issue of The Potomac Journal
Read Marc Vincenz’s Cha profile.

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J.H. Martin
The first issue of Incandescent, a new Hull-based poetry book, is now available. J.H. Martin‘s poem “Burn it all away” is included in it. More information about this new publication can be found here.

J.H. Martin’s poetry was published in Issue #15 of Cha.

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W.F. Lantry
W.F. Lantry‘s poem “Mousetrap” is published in Issue 9 of Swale Life Magazine. 
Read W.F. Lantry’s Cha profile.   

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