Eastlit May 2014 Content

Table of Content May 2014:

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

Eastlit Cover: This months cover picture is A Riot of Color and is by Dave Hopkins. The Eastlit May 2014 cover design is by Graham Lawrence.

Editorial by Xenia Taiga.

Two Poems by Wang Xue Peng. The poems are Because I am a Lame Man and What You Have Said to Me.

By Accident by Tony Lee.

Courts of Hell by Daniel Emlyn-Jones.

They Were Standing in Line at the Airport by Michael Hoffman.

Four Poems by Deborah Wong. The poems are Fragrant Island, Swim Dry Water, Searching Happiness and Cemented Avenue.

Two Poems by Artchil C. Daug. The poems are Lost in Macao and On Leaving Her.

Three Poems by Rose Lu. The poems are Moonlight Scarf, That Door and Flourish and Fade.

Poems as Relief Goods by Felix Fojas.

The Star Ferry by David Flynn.

Café Coffee Day by Bob D’Costa.

Three Poems by Jake Dennis. The poems are Second Generation Migrant Working in Perth, Mr. Lucky and Evening.

Four Poems by Jonathan Doughty. The poems are Ya’an Ilex, Bodychess, Spun Sweetness and Canola.

Dan Asenlund Interview: An Eastlit interview by Graham Lawrence of Dan Asenlund.

Gavin is a Nazi by Chris Luppi. Random Republication: This month we continue the random republication of pieces previously published in Eastlit. Gavin is a Nazi featured in the May 2013 issue of Eastlit.

Once on a Moonless Night by Dai Sijie is reviewed by Eastlit’s Bookworm in Bangkok, Stefanie Field this month. This is the sixth in the regular Eastlit review column.

How Not to Stop by Steve Rosse. This is the thirteenth and final article in a series of short advisory pieces titled How Not to Write by author and editor Steve Rosse.

Contributors: An alphabetical list of all the contributors to the May 2014 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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