Mia Ayumi Malhotra
Mia Ayumi Malhotra
We are happy to announce that the following pieces of work, selected from the July 2011, November 2011, March 2012 and June 2012 issues of Cha, have been nominated by us for inclusion in Best of the Net Anthology 2012 (published by Sundress). Congratulations to these writers and good luck!
|| Arthur Leung, “Earthen Houses” (issue #14, July 2011) || Read an analysis of the poem here ||
|| Robert Masterson, “To the State Electrical Worker” (issue #15, November 2011) || Read an analysis of the poem here ||
|| José Manuel Sevilla, “Sonia Wants to Rent an Apartment” (issue #16, March 2012) || First prize winner of Cha‘s “Encountering Poetry” Contest ||
|| Ricky Garni, “Literal Translation of Korean Ideograms” (issue #16, March 2012) || Read a creative response to the poem here ||
|| Julian Stannard, “Winston and Candy” (issue #17, June 2012) ||
|| Daryl Yam, “Change Your Heart; Look Around You” (issue #17, June 2012) ||
|| Helena Hu, “The Last Resident” (issue #17, June 2012) ||
Ricky Garni’s poem “Seven Old Ladies” is published in the second issue of A Baker’s Dozen (you need to scroll down to read the piece). Is it a good idea to take blood pressure medicine? Can you think of any good medicine? Maybe Ricky can answer the second question in his next poem.
Nabina Das, Anindita Sengupta, Sumana Roy, Nikesh Murali and Rumjhum Biswas
Listen to this lively and very interesting conversation between Tony Barnstone and host Melissa Studdard about Tony’s poetry.
Tony Barnstone’s translation was published in Issue #14 of Cha.
Ricky Garni‘s new poem “Painter” is featured in the latest issue of Literary Bohemian. How nice to see the painter getting up.
Ricky Garni’s poetry was published in Issue #16 of Cha.
Marc Vincenz’s poem, “Stacks and Smokes”, previously appeared in cur.ren.cy, is now available on October Babies.
Read Marc Vincenz’s Cha profile.
Ricky Garni’s poetry will appear in Issue #16 of Cha.