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1. 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

2. The Pinoy Sensorium
(July 2018/Editorial)
...ast to Philippine writing today. Cheers! Tagay!   Ricardo M. de Ungria & Lawrence Lacambra Ypil / Guest Editors Cha 8 July  2018   ...

3. 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

4. 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

5. 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

6. On Writing Japan
(June 2017/Editorial)
...ese pages, something 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 introducti...

7. 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

8. 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

9. Three-Night Stand
(December 2016/A-Festival)
... Department 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] ...

10. James Shea
(December 2016/Contributors)
...he Department 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] [...

11. A Solar Eclipse
(December 2016/Fiction)
...squo;s A Hologram 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]...

12. Kyoko Yoshida
(December 2016/Contributors)
...squo;s A Hologram 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...

13. Guest Editors
(June 2016/Contributors)
B.B.P. Hosmillo helped select the poetry in the June 2016 issue of Cha. He is the author of The Essential Ruin (forthcoming) and Breed Me: a sentence without a subject (AJAR Press, 2016) with Vietname

14. 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

15. Guest Editors and Contest Judges
(December 2015/Contributors)
Arthur Leung, Associate Editor of Cha, helped select the poetry in the Eighth Anniversary Issue of the journal. He holds an MFA in creative writing (with distinction) from the University of Hong Kong

16. Guest Editors
(September 2015/Contributors)
Marc Vincenz was born in Hong Kong, is Swiss-British and has published eight collections of poetry; his latest are This Wasted Land and its Chymical Illuminations (Lavender Ink) and Becoming the Sound

17. Guest Editors
(June 2015/Contributors)
A Vietnamese-American born and raised in the American Midwest, Jenna Le earned her B.A. in mathematics from Harvard University before obtaining her M.D. degree at Columbia University. She lives and wo

18. Guest Editors and Contest Judge
(December 2014/Contributors)
Arthur Leung, Associate Editor of Cha, helped select the poetry in the Seventh Anniversary Issue of the journal. He holds an MFA in creative writing (with distinction) from the University of Hong Kon

19. Guest Editors and Contest Judge
(March 2015/Contributors)
Dorothy Chan was a 2014 finalist for the Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Fellowship. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Blackbird, Plume and Spillway. In 2012, The Writing Dis

20. Guest Editors
(September 2014/Contributors)
Kate Rogers's latest poetry collection, City of Stairs, debuted in Toronto and Hong Kong in 2012. She is co-editor of the women’s poetry anthology, Not A Muse: The Inner Lives of Women, with

21. Guest Editors
(June 2014/Contributors)
Michael Gray helped select the poetry. See his Cha profile. Reid Mitchell helped select the prose. See his Cha profile. Royston Tester helped select the prose. See his Cha profile.   &

22. A Hundred Years of Karma
(November 2012/Editorial)
...m, a space which in nineteen trips has never once felt confined. As soon as they board, our writers, artists and guest editors fling open the windows and let the air rush in. They start talking, too, ...

23. Guest Editors
(November 2012/Contributors)
Arthur Leung helped select the poetry. See his Cha profile. Royston Tester helped select the prose. See his Cha profile. Reid Mitchell was one of the two judges (along with Tammy Ho Lai-Ming)

24. Guest Editors
(March 2013/Contributors)
Marc Vincenz helped select the poetry. See his Cha profile.  Kaitlin Solimine helped select the prose. See her Cha profile. Andew Barker was one of the two judges (along with Tammy Ho La

25. Guest Editors
(June 2013/Contributors)
Jason Lee helped select the poetry. See his Cha profile. Reid Mitchell helped select the prose. See his Cha profile.              &

26. Guest Editors
(March 2014/Contributors)
Arthur Leung helped select the poetry. See his Cha profile. Royston Tester helped select the prose. See his Cha profile. Daryl Yam was one of the two judges (along with Tammy Ho Lai-Ming) of the &

27. Guest Editors
(September 2012/Contributors)
Ivy Alvarez helped select the poetry. See her Cha profile. Berit Ellingsen helped select the prose. See her Cha profile. Marc Vincenz was one of the two judges (along with Tammy Ho Lai-Ming) o

28. Guest Editors
(November 2011/Contributors)
Robert E. Wood helped select the poetry. See his Cha profile. Royston Tester, Regular Guest Editor of Cha, helped select the fiction and creative non-fiction. See his profile.

29. 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

30. Guest Editors
(June 2012/Contributors)
Divya Rajan helped select the poetry. See her Cha profile. Bob Bradshaw helped select the prose. See his Cha profile.              

31. Guest Editors
(February 2011/Contributors)
Arthur Leung helped select the poetry. See his Cha profile. Reid Mitchell, Consulting Editor of Cha, helped select the prose. See his Cha profile.

32. Guest Editors
(May 2010/Contributors)
Sam Byfield helped select the poetry. See his Cha profile. E.K. Entrada helped select the prose. See her Cha profile.

33. Better Housekeeping
(November 2009/Editorial)
...lled that we receive submissions from Mongolia, honoured that people who I have never met in person would be our guest editors. But I am happy to say, that while this is all very exotic and exciting, ...

34. Guest Editors
(November 2009/Contributors)
Jonathan Mendelsohn helped select the prose. See his Cha profile. Reid Mitchell helped select the poetry. See his Cha profile. 

35. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(September 2010/Front page)
...hirteenth issue is due out in February 2011. We are happy to have two old friends of the journal join us as guest editors: Consulting Editor Reid Mitchell will help with the prose and award-winni...

36. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(February 2011/Front page)
...unched. We would like to thank Arthur Leung (poetry) and Reid Mitchell (prose) for returning to the post of guest editors and reading the submissions with us. We would also like to thank our Revi...

37. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(July 2011/Front page)
...ary Issue, which is scheduled for November 2011. Robert E. Wood (poetry) and Royston Tester (prose) will act as guest editors.and read the submissions with us. Deadline: 15 September. If you are inte...

38. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(November 2011/Front page)
...are very happy to announce that the Fourth Anniversary Issue of Cha is now available. We would like to thank our guest editors Robert E. Wood (poetry) and Royston Tester (prose) for reading the submis...

39. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(March 2012/Front page)
...ation" Flash 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 ...

40. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(June 2012/Front page)
...39;s Best of the Net 2012 Nominations     The June 2012 issue of Cha is here. We want to thank guest editors Divya Rajan (poetry) and Bob Bradshaw (prose) for reading the submissio...

41. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(September 2012/Front page)
...uot; | Now accepting submissions for Issue #20 The September 2012 issue of Cha is here. We want to thank guest editors Ivy Alvarez (poetry) and Berit Ellingsen (prose) for reading the sub...

42. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(November 2012/Front page)
...h in Poetry | Call for Submissions - Issue #21  The November 2012 issue of Cha is here. We want to thank guest editors Arthur Leung (poetry) and Royston Tester (prose) for reading the submissi...

43. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(March 2013/Front page)
...al" Poetry Contest - Winners Announced    The March 2013 issue of Cha is here. We want to thank guest editors Marc Vincenz (poetry) and Kaitlin Solimine (prose) for reading the submis...

44. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(June 2013/Front page)
...;Betrayal" Poetry Contest - Winners Announced  The June 2013 issue of Cha is here. We want to thank guest editors Jason Eng Hun Lee (poetry) and Reid Mitchell (prose) for reading the subm...

45. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(March 2014/Front page)
...ith Octavio Paz   The belated Sixth Anniversary Issue of Cha (March 2014) is here. We would like to thank guest editors Arthur Leung (poetry) and Royston Tester (prose) for reading the submis...

46. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(June 2014/Front page)
... Call for Submissions: Issue 27 (March 2015)   The June 2014 Issue of Cha is here. We would like to thank guest editors Michael Gray (poetry), Royston Tester (prose) and Reid Mitchell (pros...

47. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(September 2014/Front page)
... Nominations 2015 | Whither Hong Kong?   The September 2014 Issue of Cha is here. We would like to thank guest editors Nicholas YB Wong (poetry) and Rheea Mukherjee (prose) for reading the s...

48. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(December 2014/Front page)
...ns 2015 | Whither Hong Kong?   The Seventh Anniversary Issue of Cha is here. We would like to thank guest editors Arthur Leung (poetry) and Royston Tester (prose) for readi...

49. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(March 2015/Front page)
...nd" | Whither Hong Kong?   The delayed March 2015 Issue of Cha is here. We would like to thank guest editors Dorothy Chan (poetry) and David Raphael Israel (prose) for reading the s...

50. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(June 2015/Front page)
...uot; | Whither Hong Kong?  The June 2015 Issue of Cha is here. We would like to thank guest editors Jenna Le (poetry) and Daryl Yam (prose) for reading t...

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