Eastlit Content April 2016

Table of Eastlit Content April 2016:

We hope you enjoy the work in the April 2016 issue of Eastlit as much as we did. Southlit Supplement as usual is also included in the middle of this month’s issue.

Eastlit Literature Journal Cover: This month’s cover picture features Panchchuli by Kamakshi Lekshmanan. The Eastlit April 2016 cover design is by Graham Lawrence.

Requiem by Theophilus Kwek.

A Block Party in Burma by Dorothy Hom.

ode to the kam wah pineapple bun by Valerie Wong.

Jong Il from Yang Pyeong by Eric Stinton.

Southlit Supplement April 2016

Southlit April 2016 contains work focused on South Asia by Kunjana Parashar, Manoj Nair, Nirjha Duttha, Rizawan Akhtar and M.D. Tahsin.

Xiamen & Other Poems by Flavia Rocha Loures.

Spearmint by Kenneth Robbins.

High School Sweetheart by Claire Yu Li Lim.

The Seven Nights with the Chinese Zodiac: A Review by Lynn Tait of the Anna Yin Book.

This month’s random republication is:

On Meeting the 100% Perfect Gay Man One April Evening by Connla Stokes is our Random Republications in this issue. On Meeting the 100% Perfect Gay Man One April Evening featured in Eastlit April 2015.

Contributors: An alphabetical list of all the contributors to the April 2016 issue of Eastlit complete with biographies of all the writers and poets can be found in this section.

Note on Work:

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