Eastlit November News includes the latest addition to Eastlit Live. There is also a round up of latest publications by Eastlit published writers and some mention of other good causes. Finally there is a quick round up of general news in this Eastlit November news post.
The latest addition to Eastlit live is Pangolin by Usha Kishore. It includes and introduction followed by a reading of Pangolin by poet Usha Kishore. Pangolin was first published in Eastlit May 2015 with a collection of poems.
In Empty Places
In Empty Places is a collection of short stories and artwork. It raises money and awareness for the Bantuan Coffee Foundation. They help victims of child prostitution in Indonesia.
You can also read one of the new poems there.
If you would like to read more of Sanjeev’s poems from Eastlit, Sanjeev has had the following poetry published in Eastlit:
- Karma and Other Poems appeared in Eastlit March 2015.
Sanjeev has also recently been working on our editorial board.
You can read more about Tom on his Amazon page by clicking on the picture.
Apart from his published books, Tom has hundreds of pieces of work poublished on the internet. He also has quite a collection that have been published on Eastlit over the past three years.
Some of Tom’s previous pieces in Eastlit are:
- Old Man With a Broken Walking Stick in Eastlit January 2013.
- The Pearl Necklace published in Eastlit March 2013.
- At the Lake published in Eastlit May 2013.
Tse Hao Guang
You can get more information by clicking on the link in the picture.
Tse Hao Guang has had work previously published in Eastlit.
- Midautumn which was featured in Eastlit Novenber 2013.
Eastlit November News
Eastlit December 2015 will be out in early December. This will be the last of the recent bimonthly issues. From January Eastlit will revert back to a monthly publication.
I am looking to add possibly one more person to the editorial board. I would like someone focused on East or Southeast Asia this time. If you are interested contact Eastlit admin.
And finally, thanks to all our readers out there.