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1. Francis C. Macansantos: Poet of Light
(July 2018/Book reviews)
... the deed itself, proclaimed The truth beyond mere articulation— Light was medium, message, deed. Editors’ note: This review originally appeared in The Philippine Star. ...

...mand, seriously: Why not? Now that would be change. How I’d love to live to see just that. Editors’ note: This essay originally appeared in Boston Review. ...

by Janice Tsang Monette Bichsel, Lenny Kaye Bugayong and Lily C. Fen (editors), Bending Without Breaking: Thirteen Women’s Stories of Migration and Resilience, 2017. 189 pgs. I came to&nb

4. Guest Editors
(July 2018/Contributors)
Ricardo M. de Ungria's book, Voices on the Waters: Conversations with Five Mindanao Writers, was just published by the Ateneo de Manila Press. He makes his home in Davao City, Mindanao, where he

5. The Pinoy Sensorium
(July 2018/Editorial)
... the nonce suffices for the savouring, leaving enough emptiness to ache for the next one. The founding co-editors of this journal both think that "the writing is very strong," and that &q...

6. Guest Editors and Contest Judges
(April 2018/Contributors)
  B.B.P. Hosmillo is the author of Breed Me: a sentence without a subject/ Phối giống tôi: một câu không chủ đề (Ajar Press, 2016) with Vietnamese translation by Hanoi-based poets

by Mark Stevenson Nguyễn Hưng Quốc and Nhã Thuyên (editors), Poems of Lê Văn Tài, Nguyễn Tôn Hiệt & Phan Quỳnh Trâm, Vagabond Press, 2015. 1

8. Preface to Unsleeping Philosophy
(December 2017/Essays)
by Wong Kwok Kui, translated from Chinese into English by Chris Song Editors' Note: Earlier this year, Commercial Press removed Wong Kwok Kui's preface to Unsleeping Philosophy after the aca

9. Three Poems
(December 2017/Poetry)
...m twice a Godfather, but never the real thing. Did I miss a chance, or did they? Or have we missed it yet? Editors' Note: These three poems first appeared in Eight Hong Kong Poets (Chameleon Pres...

10. Unbound
(December 2017/Poetry)
...xt to you, muddying history. We who've lost, with tears and blood, can break what's broken.   Editors' Note: "Unbound" first appeared in Pure and Faultless Elation Emerging ...

11. Twin Cinema Of A Sunday Election
(December 2017/Poetry)
...sp;                             Editors' Note: This poem first appeared in Kyoto Journal, Issue 89.   ...

12. The Tai Chi Master
(December 2017/Poetry)
... pattern chaos, still balanced as genealogies roll from shoulder to shoulder. Who showed him how?   Editors' Note: "The Tai Chi Master" first appeared in Deeds of Light (Math Pap...

13. Three Poems from Goddess of Democracy
(December 2017/Poetry)
...f us was always meant to be an ocean: unrequiting, distant, deafening the ear at its chest.   Editors' Note: These poems are from Henry Wei Leung's latest poetry collection, Godde...

14. Liu Xiaobo Has Left China
(December 2017/Poetry)
...w he's free But not she. 劉曉波 離開了中國 但劉霞 還在中國留下...​   Editors' Note: Susan Lavender performed this poem at PEN Hong Kong's reading on huma...

15. Two Poems
(December 2017/Poetry)
...nbsp;       * Accuracy? Go on, then – to write about the tragedy of this body Editors' Note: An earlier version of "Intergenerational" first appeared in Gris...

16. Joyce Lau
(December 2017/Contributors)
...she walked into the Montreal Mirror offices as a 19-year-old college sophomore, and followed the editors around until they finally acquiesced to letting her compile the band listings for a s...

17. W.F. Lantry
(December 2017/Contributors)
... Houston. Honours include the National Hackney Literary Award in Poetry, Patricia Goedicke Prize, Crucible Editors' Prize, Lindberg Foundation International Poetry for Peace Prize (Israel), the Pa...

18. A City of Poets
(October 2017/Reviews)
by Michael Tsang   Paul Hetherington and Shane Strange (editors), Cities: Ten Poets, Ten Cities, Recent Work Press, 2017. 160 pgs.   Cities: Ten Cities, Ten Poets is an interesting proj

19. Wild Mustard: New Voices from Vietnam
(October 2017/Reviews)
by William Noseworthy   Charles Waugh, Nguyễn Liên and Văn Giá (editors), Wild Mustard: New Voices from Vietnam, Northwestern University Press, 2017. 272 pgs.   In Wild

20. Ode to Gwendolyn Brooks
(October 2017/Reviews)
by Smita Sahay   Peter Kahn, Ravi Shankar and Patricia Smith (editors), The Golden Shovel Anthology: New Poems Honoring Gwendolyn Brooks, The University of Arkansas Press, 2017. 400 pgs.  

...9;s stories are a remake of our world in a parallel but gothic dimension. In this parallel world, literary editors can melt like slugs, dogs are cyborgs that can project movies and cats tell stories a...

...rst Impulse traces their embrace of film criticism as a language and vocation, recounting how Bohinc's editorship of the venerable Slovenian film magazine Ekran widened its scope to include third-...

23. Guest Editors
(June 2017/Contributors)
James Shea is an American writer and the author of two books of poetry, The Lost Novel and Star in the Eye. His poems have appeared in various literary magazines and anthologies such as The New Censu

24. Guest Editors
(October 2017/Contributors)
Jenna Le a daughter of Vietnamese refugees who lives and works as a physician and educator in New Hampshire. She is the author of Six Rivers (NYQ Books, 2011), which was a Small Press Distribution Poe

25. Editors
(December 2017/Contributors)
Tammy Ho Lai-Ming 何麗明 is the Founding Co-editor of Cha, a Vice President of PEN Hong Kong and an Assistant Professor at Hong Kong Baptist University. She is also an editor of the academic journ

...m to return and to see for himself the aftermath. Guided by this voice, he made the trip together with his editors. The resultant observation and thoughts from this trip is Horse, Horse, in the End th...

27. On Writing Japan
(June 2017/Editorial)
...omething greater than what we may at first assume to be true. James Shea & Kyoko Yoshida / Guest Editors Cha's "Writing Japan" 25 June 2017 Note: This introduction presents ...

...rakami's longer works are usually significantly shortened due to differences in editing customs. While editors everywhere may be hesitant to tamper with the manuscript of a bestselling author, Jap...

29. Haniwa Part II
(June 2017/Fiction)
... fragile weeks. This too could be seen as a beautiful thing. –translated by Clayton Drayton   Editors' note: This is Part II of Blair Reeve's novella Haniwa. Part I can be found a...

30. 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

...has no lack of writers, our market lacks the scale to sustain a significant number of experienced literary editors. Getting commentary on an individual poem is easily achieved (post it on SingPoWriMo ...

by Michael Tsang   Rebekah Chan, Gregg Schroeder, Jenn Chan Lyman, Quenntis Ashby, Amanda Webster (editors), Afterness: Literature from the New Transnational Asia, After-Party Press, 2016. 351 p

by Nicholas Chan   Pauline Bunce, Robert Phillipson, Vaughan Rapatahana, Ruanni Tupas (editors), Why English? Confronting the Hydra, Multilingual Matters, 2016. 312 pgs. For the sake of transp

34. Guest Editors and Contest Judges
(December 2016/Contributors)
Arthur Leung, Associate Editor of Cha, helped select the poetry in the Ninth Anniversary Issue of the journal. He holds an MFA in creative writing (with distinction) from the University of Hong Kon

35. Three-Night Stand
(December 2016/A-Festival)
...of Humanities and Creative Writing at Hong Kong Baptist University. Shea will serve as one of the guest editors for Cha's "Writing Japan" Issue (June 2017) [Cha profile] ...

36. James Shea
(December 2016/Contributors)
...t of Humanities and Creative Writing at Hong Kong Baptist University. Shea will serve as one of the guest editors for Cha's "Writing Japan" Issue (June 2017) [A-Festival] [Cha profile]...

37. A Solar Eclipse
(December 2016/Fiction)
...ogram for the King and Gozo Yoshimasu’s Alice Iris Red Horse. Yoshida will serve as one of the guest editors for Cha's "Writing Japan" Issue (June 2017). [Cha profile] ...

38. Kyoko Yoshida
(December 2016/Contributors)
...ogram for the King and Gozo Yoshimasu’s Alice Iris Red Horse. Yoshida will serve as one of the guest editors for Cha's "Writing Japan" Issue (June 2017) [Fiction] [Cha profile] ...

...lourishing in Hong Kong at the moment.   T: Thank you very much Sarah. S: Thank you!   Editors' note: This interview took place on Thursday 21st July 2016 at the Renaissance H...

40. Editors and Contest Judges
(September 2016/Contributors)
Dorothy Chan helped select the poetry in the September 2016 issue of Cha. The Assistant Editor of The Southeast Review, she was a 2014 finalist for the Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry

41. Groundwork
(September 2016/Umbrella)
...ese are eruptions too deep in the ground, metaphors of stone, groundwork of hands.     Editors' note: "Groundwork" was first published in Dreaming Cities (Math Pape...

42. Ruins Above Water
(September 2016/Umbrella)
... for publication by a major international journal in English. A contract was drawn up and signed. Then the editors changed their minds. Buried in the rhetoric of their apology was this contradiction: ...

...: we were the aberration. What I mean is: Let me be your country. Let me be nothing for you.     Editors' note: "Life Sentences: Sonnet for the Goddess" was first published in ...

by Suneetha Balakrishnan   Charles Fishman and Smita Sahay (editors), Veils, Halos & Shackles: International Poetry on the Oppression and Empowerment of Women, Kasva Press, 2016. 584 pgs.

45. Characters Under the Cantonese Umbrella
(September 2016/Editorial)
...t;person" is the same: 人.   Tammy Ho Lai-Ming / Co-editor Cha 10 September 2016 Editors’ note: An earlier and shorter version of this article was published in the...

...ture and preserve a record of the "unified" spirit of the Umbrella Movement, are we, as writers, editors, critics, teachers and students of the English writing community, now willing to look...

47. The Borrowed Children
(September 2016/Umbrella)
...ishment will be to leave this city, but never stop dreaming of the children I lost.     Editors' note: An earlier and shorter version of "The Borrowed Children" was p...

48. Guest Editors
(June 2016/Contributors)
...ite for more information. [Cha profile] Reid Mitchell, Consulting Editor of Cha, was one of the two editors (along with Tammy Ho Lai-Ming) of the "Distance" section in the June 2016...

49. Distance: Our Choices
(June 2016/Distance)
by Reid Mitchell   Editors' note: In collaboration with Health in Action, a Hong Kong charity that promotes community health and wellbeing through the empowerment of the underprivileged, Ch

50. Guest Editors
(March 2016/Contributors)
Jason S Polley helped select the poetry in the March 2016 issue of Cha. He completed his PhD in English Literature, specialising in 20th-century Irish fiction and postmodern American fiction and cult

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