Eastlit March 2014 Content

Table of Content March 2014:

The complete list of contents for the Eastlit March 2014 Issue is below. Please click on a link to go to the page. We hope you enjoy the work in the March 2014 issue of Eastlit as much as we did.

Eastlit Cover. This months cover picture is Vientiane Flags and is by Graham Lawrence. It is a picture of flags along the bank of the Mekong River in Vientiane, Laos PDR.

The Eastlit March 2014 cover design is by Graham Lawrence.

Chit Phumisak by Wayne Deakin.

Auntie Moh Leen by Daniel Emlyn-Jones.

Three Poems by Alex Skorochid. The poems are: Six-Floor Drop, Yeongdeungpo – Pyeongtaek and Im Kkokjong.

A Complete Overhaul by Stephen Jordan.

Rose Lu Poems. The Poems are: The Star and the Sea, Step onto Seashore, Gone and Near and Far.

Back to the Future by Steve Rosse.

Five Poems by Reid Mitchell. The Poems are: Li Po Brags Again, Du Fu is Not Home, Addressed to the True Dowager Empress, First Farewell to Jinagnan and What Family She Has.

Karaoke Night in Shanghai by Lynda Majarian.

Three Haiku and the Hornbill at Damai Central by Colin W. Campbell.

Random Republication: The Gibbon Rehabilitation Project by James Austin Farrell. This month we continue the random republication of pieces previously published in Eastlit. The Gibbon Rehabilitation Project featured in the March 2013 issue of Eastlit.

Bookworm in Bangkok: Stefanie Field’s review of The Disappeared by Kim Echlin. This is the fourth in the regular Eastlit review column.

How not to Write: 11. How Not to Create by Steve Rosse. This is the eleventh article in a series of short advisory pieces by author and editor Steve Rosse.

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

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