Eastlit July 2014 Content

Table of Content July 2014:

We hope you enjoy the work in the July 2014 issue of Eastlit as much as we did.

Eastlit Cover: This months cover picture features Uighur Barbecue in Winter by Xenia Taiga. The Eastlit July 2014 cover design is by Graham Lawrence.

A Bridge Behind by Khanh Ha.

Rainy Day Memories and Orchard Rains by David Tneh.

Misremembering by Jeff Zroback.

Damai Moon by Colin W. Campbell.

The Kingdom of Beggars by Felix Fojas.

East and West by Louie Clay.

Hsi-Wei and Mai Ling’s Good Idea by Robert Wexelblatt.

Three Haikus and a Pantoum by Zara Adcock.

January Second by Tony Concannon.

The Poet’s Prayer by Bob D’Costa.

The Foreign Man Is Prepared to Take Everything in His Stride by Connla Stokes.

Iain Maloney is interviewed by Graham Lawrence.

Struck by T-net Quiring is our Random Republication in this issue. Struck featured in Eastlit July 2013.

The Last Quarter of the Moon by Chi Zijian is reviewed by Stefanie Field, Eastlit’s own Bookworm in Bangkok, this month. This is the seventh review for Stefanie’s regular Eastlit column.

Contributors: An alphabetical list of all the contributors to the July 2014 issue of Eastlit complete with biographies of all the writers and poets can be found in this section.

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