Eastlit Content March 2017

Table of Eastlit Content March 2017:

We hope you enjoy the work in the March 2017 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 Plum by Vanessa Crofskey. The Eastlit March 2017 cover design is by Graham Lawrence.

Outskirts & Other Poems by Kevin Minh Allen.

Sinigang by Rick Patriarca.

To my Nephew Clint by Victor N. Sugbo.

Incense & Other Artwork by Vanessa Crofskey.

Blackberry Birds & Other Poems by Lana Bella.

The Paper Mill by Alzo David-West.

Southlit Supplement March 2017

Southlit March 2017 contains work focused on South Asia by Anshu Choudhry, Bhavna Khemlani, Charanjeet Singh Minhas, Hanzala Bin Aman and Ruvindra Sathsarani.

Aches & Other Poems by Liu Ying.

Cambodia, 1972 by Anonymous.

Perspectives from Yangon by Brendan Chia.

Facing Khmer & Other Poems by Keith Inman.

Recycled by Steve Tait.

(Editors Theme) by Gregg Dotoli

This month’s random republication is:

Photograph by Agnes Chew our Random Republications in this issue. Photograph featured in Eastlit March 2016.

Contributors: An alphabetical list of all the contributors to the March 2017 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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