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1. Ankur Agarwal
(June 2017/Contributors)
Ankur Agarwal is from India and has an MA in Intercultural Communication & Training from INALCO (Paris, France). His poetry can be found in, among other places, Paper Wall, Barnwood Poetry Mag

2. Hirokazu Koreeda's After the Storm
(June 2017/Film reviews)
by Ankur Agarwal   Hirokazu Koreeda (director), After the Storm (Umi yori mo mada fukaku), 2016. 117 min.   Dignity for a man is often found, or rather sought, in his father: he hero-wo

3. Guest Editors
(March 2017/Contributors)
Ankur Agarwal is from India and has an MA in Intercultural Communication & Training from INALCO (Paris, France). His poetry can be found in, among other places, Paper Wall, Barnwood Poetry Magaz

4. Ankur Agarwal
(March 2017/Contributors)
Ankur Agarwal is from India and has an MA in Intercultural Communication & Training from INALCO (Paris, France). His poetry can be found in, among other places, Paper Wall, Barnwood Poetry Magazin

by Ankur Agarwal   Shubhashish Bhutiani (director), Mukti Bhawan, 2016.   Many articles, documentaries and news reports have covered Varanasi as the chosen place to die for Hindus. Some

6. Ankur Agarwal
(June 2015/Contributors)
Ankur Agarwal is from India. He has been published before in, among others, Paper Wall, Barnwood Poetry Magazine, Cha, Mascara Literary Review, Other Poetry, and Halfway Down the Stairs. He works as a

by Ankur Agarwal   Jason S Polley, Refrain, Proverse Hong Kong, 2010. 80 pgs.   The first-time traveller in India often enough starts dazzled, stupefied, at a loss to make any meaning o

8. In My Piecemeal Fashion
(September 2012/Editorial)
... and moving in, we couldn't quite manage an editorial. After its launch, former contributor and guest editor Ankur Agarwal wrote to me: "I was surprised that there was no editorial this time ...

9. Guest Editors
(March 2012/Contributors)
Ankur Agarwal helped select the poetry. See his Cha profile. Mag Tan Yee Mei helped select the prose. See her Cha profile. Arthur Leung was one of the two judges (along with Tammy Ho Lai-Ming) of

10. India, the River
(November 2009/Poetry)
by Ankur Agarwal A bridge was painted white, it looked hazy; a beggar sat on his haunches, its sidewalks, and he looked happy, lost in thoughts; hardly anyone looked at him, as they don't, but ra

11. Ankur Agarwal
(November 2009/Contributors)
Ankur Agarwal is from India. His poetry has been published before (or due to be published) in Paper Wall, Barnwood Poetry Magazine, Other Poetry, Ink Sweat & Tears, and Halfway Down the Stairs, am

12. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(November 2009/Front page)
...ons with us and helping us put the issue together. The new issue features work by the following writers/artists: Ankur Agarwal, Viona Au Yeung, Steve Ausherman, Iain S. Baird, Bob Bradshaw, Caroline B...

13. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(March 2012/Front page)
...ash Fiction Contest | June in Poetry   The March 2012 issue of Cha is here. We want to thank guest editors Ankur Agarwal (poetry) and Mag Tan (prose) for reading the submissions with us. We wo...

14. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(June 2015/Front page)
...st), Sabrina Merolla, Loh Yi Cheng, Christopher Siemer Reviews: Michael O'Sullivan, Ankur Agarwal, Alice Tsay, Collier Nogues, Michael Tsang, Arielle Stambler,&n...

15. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(March 2017/Front page)
NEW: Cha International Poetry Prize 2017   Issue​ 35 of Cha is now available. We would like to thank Ankur Agarwal (poetry) and Michael Gray (prose) for reading the submissions with

16. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(June 2017/Front page)
...‹Michael Tsang, ​Kimberley Clarke, ​Lawrence Lacambra Ypil FILM REVIEWS: James Pate, ​Douglas Berman, ​Ankur Agarwal    Our next issue, Issue 37, is due out in October and the &quo...

Guest editors read the submissions with Tammy Ho and Jeff Zroback; they are carefully selected from our past contributors.           &

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