Table of Content June 2014:
We hope you enjoy the work in the June 2014 issue of Eastlit as much as we did.
Eastlit Cover: This months cover picture features Mai Văn Phấn. The Eastlit June 2014 cover design is by Graham Lawrence.
Editorial by Nichole Reber.
The Bicentennial by Cesar Polvorosa Jr.
Five Poems by Mai Văn Phấn. The poems are: Bitter Potion, On the Way Up to the Pagoda, From Our Home, Release Your Grasp and Grass Cutting in the Temple Garden. English translation by Lê Đình Nhất-Lang. Edited by Susan Blanshard.
My Neighbor, Mr. Tanaka by Lawrence F. Farrar.
Two Poems by Adonis Enricuso. The poems are: Generous Are the Trees and Seeing Off.
This Too Shall Pass by Iain Maloney.
Four Poems by William Marr. The poems are: Yellow River, Visiting Tu Fu’s Hut on an Early Autumn Day, Taking Pictures of My Wife and a Ninety Pound Baby Male Panda and Night Flute.
Perfect Present by Andrew J. West.
Perfect Present Art by Vasan Sitthiket. The artwork for the preceding story.
Dark River by Rembrandt Ramilo.
Things I Remember by Suvi Mahonen.
Sunday Tiptoeing by Jamie Wang.
A Veil of Silk by Jared Angel.
Three Poems by Simon Anton Diego Nino Baena. The poems are: Monsoon, Rain and Silence.
What Bothers Me by David E. Owen.
Sentences and Two Other Poems by Henrik Hoeg. The poems are: Sentences, The Jury’s Prudence and A Kiss at Street Level.
MBA Abhay by Murzban F Shroff.
Bangkok Editor by Alexander MacDonald is reviewed by Steve Rosse.
The Rescues of Brittan Courvalais by Tom Sheehan.
Daniel Emlyn-Jones is interviewed by Graham Lawrence.
Asian Godfathers by Joe Studwell 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 June 2014 issue of Eastlit complete with biographies of all the writers and poets can be found in this section.
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