Eastlit Content April 2015

Table of Eastlit Content April 2015:

We hope you enjoy the work in the April 2015 issue of Eastlit as much as we did. For the third time you will also find the Southlit Supplement featuring in this month’s journal.

Eastlit Cover: This months cover picture features Pingyao in Winter by Xenia Taiga. The Eastlit April 2015 cover design is by Graham Lawrence.

Junko & Other Poetry by Yumiko Tsumura.

The Boy of Mt. Puh by Minglu Zeng.

Kyung Wha Chung & Other Poems by Peter LoBianco.

Hsi-Wei and the Tale of the Duke of Shun by Robert Wexelblatt.

Caught by Anna Yin.

Southlit Supplement April 2015

This months Southlit supplement contains work focused on South Asia by Bob D’Costa, Jyotsna Jha, M.D. Tahsin and Sonali Raj.

On Meeting the 100% Perfect Gay Man One April Evening by Connla Stokes.

Palm Tree Music & Other Poems by Zara Adcock.

Mounds of Those Who Are Dead and Reborn by John Burgman.

History Lesson & Other Poems by Chip Dameron.

Tendai Mwanaka Interview: An Eastlit interview by Graham Lawrence.

Massey Hall 1971 by Flora Qian is our Random Republication in this issue. Back to the Future featured in Eastlit April 2014.

Contributors: An alphabetical list of all the contributors to the March 2015 issue of Eastlit complete with biographies of all the writers and poets can be found in this section.

Note on Work:

Please note that we publish work as received. We do not edit work for minor errors. We regard these as decisions made by the author. The one exception is that we may work with second language writers to help them say what they want to say.

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