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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

by Tshiung Han See   Andrew S. Guthrie, Alphabet, Proverse Hong Kong, 2015. 88 pgs. Vaughan Rapatahana, Atonement, Flying Island Books and MCCM Creations, 2015. 124 pgs.   Lines of p

3. Loud and Encore: OutLoud Too
(September 2014/Reviews)
by Michael Tsang   Vaughan Rapatahana, Kate Rogers, Madeleine Slavick (editors), OutLoud Too, MCCM Creations, 2014. 148 pgs.   OutLoud Too is probably the best showcase of English poetic ta

by Michael Tsang   Reihana Robinson, Auē Rona, Steele Roberts Publishers, 2012. 68 pgs. Vaughan Rapatahana, Schisms, Lazarus Media, 2013. 113 pgs. In this review, I will look at two poetry

5. Vaughan Rapatahana
(March 2014/Contributors)
Vaughan Rapatahana is a long term resident of Hong Kong, with homes also in Aotearoa-New Zealand – where he was born – and Pampanga, Philippines. Lived and worked in a variety of countries

by Vaughan Rapatahana   Under the Canopy and other poems, which first came out in late 1998, was the first ever English-language collection of poems produced in Negara Brunei Darussalam—al

by Cecilia Chan Vaughan Rapatahana, Home, Away, Elsewhere, Proverse Hong Kong, 2011. 208 pgs. Madeleine Marie Slavick, Fifty Stories, Fifty Images, MCCM Creations, 2012. 136 pgs. If the course of re

by Michael Tsang Gillian Bickley, Perceptions, Proverse, 2012. 78 pgs. Vaughan Rapatahana, china as kafka, Kilmog Press, 2011. 51 pgs. Kate Rogers, City of Stairs, Haven Books, 2012. 108 pgs. The

...39;s Foch's Reserves: The Chinese Labour Corps about an impressive body of men formed during the First World War. Vaughan Rapatahana's poetry collection, Home, Away, Elsewhere, and Laura Solom...

10. Vaughan Rapatahana
(August 2009/Contributors)
Vaughan Rapatahana is a Kiwi (New Zealander) who lives and works in Hong Kong, and who has lived in many overseas locations for the last fifteen years. Previously, he has been published in several New

11. Two Poems
(August 2009/Poetry)
by Vaughan Rapatahana Xi'an Times hellacious black, the colour, of skies, season    indeterminate… it might be Spring: one would never know. (they kept the weather u

12. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(August 2009/Front page)
... Jonathan Mendelsohn, Stephen D. Miller, Nikesh Murali, Ng Yi-Sheng, O Thiam Chin, Divya Rajan, Prashani Rambukwella, Vaughan Rapatahana, Kate Rogers, Steven Schroeder, Rohith Sundararaman, Gillian Sz...

13. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(March 2014/Front page)
... essays: John Wall Barger, William Noseworthy, Shaily Sahay, Emma Zhang, Bhanumati Mishra, Cecilia Chan, Elen Turner, Vaughan Rapatahana Our next issue is due out in late June or early July 2014....

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