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1. Sam Byfield
(September 2012/Contributors)
Born in 1981, Australian poet Sam Byfield has published a chapbook (From the Middle Kingdom, Pudding House Press) and is finalising his first full length collection. His work has appeared extensively

by Sam Byfield Chris Mooney-Singh, The Bearded Chameleon, Black Pepper Books (Australia); red wheelbarrow books (Singapore). 86 pgs. It's not very often that the first poem in a collection inv

3. 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.

by Edgar Y.B. Mao John Mateer, The Republic of the East, ASM, 2008. 37 pgs. Sam Byfield, From the Middle Kingdom, Pudding House, 2007. 23 pgs. Jill Chan, These Hands Are Not Ours, Earl of Seacliff

5. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(November 2008/Front page)
... Laureate Billy Collins and new fiction by Nirmala Pillai. Other writers/artists featured in the issue include Sam Byfield, Grace V. S. Chin, Mike Farman, Tiziano Fratus, Daniel Hudon, Anne Levesque, ...

6. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(February 2010/Front page)
...ce Tsay and Phoebe Tsang "Lost Teas": Ken Chau Our eleventh issue is due out in May/June 2010. Poet Sam Byfield and writer E.K. Entrada will lend us their expertise in the role of gues...

7. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(May 2010/Front page)
...ists from around the world. The May 2010 issue of Cha has now been launched. We would like to thank Sam Byfield (poetry) and E.K. Entrada (prose) for reading the submissions with us and hel...

8. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(September 2012/Front page)
...hotography & art: Birgit Linder, Lucy Schappy (cover artist), Victoria Law  Book reviews: Alice Tsay, Sam Byfield, Sucharita Dutta-Asane, William Whitaker, Brian Yang, Samuel Tsang, Kate Roge...

9. From the Middle Kingdom
(November 2008/Creative non-fiction)
by Sam Byfield I've been thinking about Prufrock because of the mangoes. At first it was in the privacy of my apartment, then I went public. Juice all over my hands and mouth, in my stubble. I

10. Jilin, circa 1261
(November 2008/Poetry)
by Sam Byfield Rumble of coal trucks, clack of hoof on stone, babble of dialect, portent, break of sun through slats. I've stopped listening to my dreams. Pigeons wheel overhead like bullies a

11. Sam Byfield
(November 2008/Contributors)
Born in 1981, Sam Byfield is the author of From the Middle Kingdom (Pudding House Press). Recent publication credits include Heat, Cordite, Famous Reporter and the Poetry Without Borders antholog

...2011 Arthur Leung and Reid Mitchell  #12, September 2010 Royston Tester  #11, May 2010 Sam Byfield and E.K. Entrada #10, February 2010 Gillian Sze #9, November 2009 - Second ...

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