Table of Content September 2014:
We hope you enjoy the work in the September 2014 issue of Eastlit as much as we did.
Eastlit Cover: This months cover picture features Boracay Yachts by Simon Anton Nino Diego Baena. The Eastlit September 2014 cover design is by Graham Lawrence.
Editorial by Deborah Wong.
12M by Ho Cheung Lee.
This Is the Greatest Story Ever Told (about Uzbeki Fred in Hanoi) by Connla Stokes.
Cremation & Other Poems by Suchoon Mo. The poems are: Cremation, East and West and Time to Come Home.
The Old Hibachi by Peter Mallett.
Raju by Stephen Jordan.
The Mountain and Other Poems by Gonzalinho da Costa. The poems are: The Mountain, The River and Tag-Init.
The Superstitious Belief of Ancient Filipinos by Felix Fojas.
Forbidden Fruit and Other Poems by Rose Lu (Bing Hua). The poems are: Forbidden Fruit, Childhood Friendship and Midsummer Fallen Leaves.
What happened to Mr. Goto on the Train by Michael Hoffman.
A Secret Paradise by Daniel Emlyn-Jones.
Kyoto and One Night in Osaka by Clara Ray Rusinek Klein.
City of Clay by Andrew J. West.
City of Clay Artwork by Vasan Sitthiket.
The Breeze by Steve Tait.
J. David Simons is interviewed by Iain Maloney.
No Man’s Land by Duong Thu Huong is reviewed by Stefanie Field, Eastlit’s own Bookworm in Bangkok, this month. This is the ninth review for Stefanie’s regular Eastlit column.
Contributors: An alphabetical list of all the contributors to the September 2014 issue of Eastlit complete with biographies of all the writers and poets can be found in this section.
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