Michelle Cahill, Kit Kelen and Vaughan Rapatahana in foam:e

Three Cha contributors have new works in the February 2011 issue of foam:e. Read four poems by Michelle Cahill (“Rangzen”, “Nasreen”, “Lung-Ta” and “Fakir”); three poems by Kit Kelen (“poetry”, “the roughness and the fit of things” and “and when we’re gone”); and four poems by Vaughan Rapatahana (“eating breakfast with Virilio –”, “bathos”, “toreador lexis” and “climbing out of Tuesday”) in the new issue.

  • Michelle Cahill’s poetry was published in issue #2 of Cha.
  • Christopher (Kit) Kelen’s poetry was published in issue #1 of Cha. 
  • Vaughan Rapatahana’s poetry has been published in Issue #8 of Cha.

Cha contributors in Mascara Literary Review

Read Nicholas Y.B. Wong’s “Journey” and “Paranormal Panorama” and Ivy Alvarez’s “The secret sister” and “The Museum of Inexplicable History” in the new issue of Mascara Literary Review. Also in the issue is Paul Sharrad’s review of Michelle Cahill’s Vishvarūpa and Carol Chan’s review of Jee Leong Koh’s Seven Studies for a Self Portrait.

  • See Nicholas Y.B. Wong’s Cha profile.
  • See Ivy Alvarez’s Cha profile.
  • Michelle Cahill’s poetry was published in issue #2 of Cha.
  • Jee Leong Koh’s poetry was published in issue #6 of Cha.

Cha contributors in Mascara Literary Review

The following Cha contributors have new creative works published in the May 2011 issue of Mascara Literary Review.

-Rumjhum Biswas: Fiction (“Ducklings”)
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Ivy Alvarez and Michelle Cahill in Red Leaves

From the Red Leaves website: 

Red Leaves/ 紅葉 is Australia’s (and the world’s!) first English-language / Japanese bi-lingual literary journal. The inaugural issue of this independent publication — which is now available for purchase online, as well as throughout Australia and Japan — was published and distributed in MAY, 2010: during the height of Australian autumn. 

In issue #001 (Australian fall, 2010), you will find Ivy Alvarez’s and Michelle Cahill’s poetry. Read more:

http://www.myspace.com/redleaveskoyo#ixzz14mJMtOIx

  • Ivy Alvarez’s poetry was published in issue #7 of Cha
  • Michelle Cahill’s poetry was published in issue #2 of Cha

CHA contributors in Mascara Literary Review

  • Anindita Sengupta’s poetry was published in issue #3 of Cha.
  • Sushma Joshi’s fiction was published in issue #3 of Cha.
  • Ouyang Yu’s poetry was published in issue #4 of Cha.
  • Michelle Cahill’s poetry was published in issue #2 of Cha.

CHA contributors in Asia Literary Review

Apart from Kavita Jindal, Cha contributors Michelle Cahill, Louise Ho and Andrew Barker also have poetry published in the Summer 2009 issue of Asia Literary Review.
Read Michelle’s poems “The Spirit House” and “The Deva Loka”, Andrew’s poems “15: I’m Cut then Accused of Weilding the Knife [She]” and “16: You Found the Love You Had Sought [He]” and Louise’s poems “A Veteran Talking”, “Incense Tree”, “Cock-a-doodle-doo”, “Dusk” and “A Poem is Like” in the handsomely-designed new issue of ALR.

  • Michelle Cahill’s poetry was published in issue #2 of Cha.
  • Andrew Barker’s poetry was published in issue #7 of Cha.
  • Louise Ho’s poetry was published in issue #4 of Cha.

CHA contributors in Drunken Boat

We are pleased to see that four Cha contributors have works published in the latest issue (issue #10) of Drunken Boat: Michelle Cahill, Jee Leong Koh, Yibing Huang and Papa Osumbal. Read their works, or read the entire “Arts in Asia” section.
  • Michelle Cahill’s poetry was published in issue #2 of Cha.
  • Jee Leong Koh’s poetry was published in issue#6 of Cha.
  • Yibing Haung’s poetry was published in issue #3 of Cha.
  • Papa Osumbal’s poetry was published in issue #4 of Cha.

Mascara Literary Review 5

The fifth issue of Mascara Literary Review (editors: Boey Kim Cheng and Michelle Cahill) is now live. Read a fine selection of poetry here. Cha contributors Michelle Cahill and Cyril Wong (here and here) also have review articles published in the issue. One of the reviews by Cyril Wong is on Cha contributor Ouyang Yu’s The Kingsbury Tale. There is also an interview with Cha contributor, Alvin Pang.

  • Michelle Cahill’s poetry was published in issue #2 of Cha.
  • Alvin Pang’s poetry was published in issue#2 of Cha.
  • Cyril Wong’s poetry was published in issue#1 of Cha
  • Ouyang Yu’s poetry was published in issue #4 of Cha.

NOT A MUSE

Cha excitedly announces the launch of Not A Muse. Not A Muse is edited by Viki Holmes (Cha contributor) and Kate Rogers and published by Haven Books.

The anthology includes poems by “over 100 sensational contributors from 24 countries including”. The following Cha contributors are featured in the long-awaited anthology: Agnes Lam (issue#2), Anindita Sengupta (issue#3), Kavita Jindal (issue#1), Louise Ho (issue#4), Luisa A Igloria (issue#2), Mani Rao (issue#1), Michelle Cahill (issue#2), Phoebe Tsang (issue#6), Sridala Swami (issue#3), Tammy Ho Lai-Ming (co-editor of Cha) and Viki Holmes (issue#3).
You can find more detail about the launch of Not A Muse on the Haven Books website and the the Man Kong International Literary Festival 2009 website.
If you are in Hong Kong, do join the launch party!

Mascara Poetry #4

Mascara #4 (editors: Boey Kim Cheng and Michelle Cahill) is now live with poetry by Peter Boyle, Tenzin Tsundue, Shirley Geok-lin Lim, Sean Singer, Francesca Haig, Indran Amirthanayagam, Kylie Rose, Jessika Tong, Michael Sharkey, Jal Nicholl, Liam Ferney, Debbie Lim, Ashley Capes, Jane Kim, Ouyang Yu, Peter Davis and more. Visit the new issue of Mascara here.

  • Michelle Cahill’s poetry was published in issue #2 of Cha.
  • Shirley Geok-lin Lim’s poetry was published in issue #3 of Cha.
  • Ouyang Yu’s poetry was published in issue #4 of Cha.