Cha contributors Reid Mitchell, Philip Holden and Yew Leong Lee have new creative works published in the latest issue (January 2010) of Quarterly Literary Review Singapore. Read Reid’s poem “Never Give a Clock to a Dead Person“, Philip Holden’s story “Host” and Yew Leong Lee’s “Faith“.
Good news! Philip Holden’s story, “Two Among Many“, first published in issue #4 of CHA: An Asian Literary Journal, has been selected for publication in Best of the Web 2009.
Cha contributor Arlene Ang also has two pieces selected for Best of the Web 2009: “I’m Not Supposed to Wear This Gorilla Costume” (published in Juked) and “Alopecia and the grizzly bear” (published in Arsenic Lobster).
Congratulations, Philip and Arlene!
Cha‘s nominations for the Dzanc Books Best of the Web 2009 print anthology are:
-“Whose Woods These Are” (poetry) by Eddie Tay, issue#2 February 2008
-“Smashing Up the Grand Piano” (poetry) by Martin Alexander, issue#3 May 2008
-“Flowers are as Permanent as Brick” (poetry) by Reid Mitchell, issue#4 August 2008
-“Bet” (fiction) by YZ Chin, issue#3 May 2008
-“Two Among Many” (fiction) by Philip Holden, issue#4 August 2008
Congratulations to all the nominees. We wish you the best of luck.