The February 2011 issue of elimae is out now and it features Marc Vincenz’s poem “The She” and J.A. Tyler’s short story “I Started by Building a House” and review of Jacob Wren’s Families are Formed Through Copulation.
- Marc Vincenz’s poetry was published in Issue 10 of Cha.
- J.A. Tyler’s fiction was published in Issue 1 of Cha.
Cha contributors J. A. Tyler and Daniel Hudon have new works published in the September 2009 issue of Rumble Magazine. The issue is called “super special” lorrie moore issue. Read J. A. Tyler’s review of Tao Lin’s shoplifting from american apparel and Daniel’s “whale migration”.
J. A. Tyler’s “[in the cold, when the night changes with Jimmy]” is now published in the July 2009 issue of Word Riot.
Bob Bradshaw’s “Ghost Story” is now published in the July/August 2009 issue of Eclectica Magazine. Also featured in the new issue are two new poems (“The Vivid Stream” and “Snails” by Anindita Sengupta and “(that it is)” by J.A. Tyler. Do read!
The eighth issue (July 2009) of Mud Luscious (editor: J.A. Tyler) is now live. It includes work by Rauan Klassnik, Eirik Gumeny, Tomas Weber, Peycho Kanev, Joseph Goosey, Lisa Ciccarello, Chris Wilson, Hoa Ngo, Robert Scotellaro, Ethel Rohan, Heather Anastasiu, Brian Edward Bahr, Russell Thorburn, Mike Meginnis, Tia Prouhet, & Crispin Best as well as reviews of Damaged, Verb Sap, & Corn & Smoke.
J. A. Tyler’s fiction was published in issue #1 of Cha.
CHA: An Asian Literary Journal is very pleased to announce that we have won the storySouth Million Writers Award for best new online magazine or journal for 2008. We would like to thank the writers and the guest editors for being part of Asian Cha.
We would also like to congratulate Robert Abel (“The Ghost in the Mirror“), Ken Kamoche (“The Smell of Fresh Grass“) and Thaila Ramanujam (“Life is Awesome“) for having their stories selected by storySouth as among the notable online short stories published in 2008.
Cha contributors Tai Dong Huai and J. A. Tyler each has two stories named notable stories in 2008. Tai’s “Mice” (published in Pindeldyboz) and “Fang” (published in Underground Voices) and Tyler’s “Indians” (published in Storyglossia) and “And” (published in Underground Voices) have been selected as notable online stories published in 2008.
Congratulations to all!
Three Cha contributors have new works published in the latest issue of Blue Print Review. Arlene Ang’s “Momento Mori“, Tai Dong Hui’s “Look-See” and J. A. Tyler’s “The Sea Lions” are selected for publication in issue#20 of Blue Print Review.
- Arlene Ang’s poetry was published in issue #1 of Cha.
- Tai Dong Hui’s short story “New Baby” was published in issue#5 of Cha.
- J. A. Tyler’s fiction was published in issue #1 of Cha.