Table of Content April 2014:
The complete list of contents for the Eastlit April 2014 Issue is below. Please click on a link to go to the page. We hope you enjoy the work in the April 2014 issue of Eastlit as much as we did.
Eastlit Cover: This months cover picture is Hands and is by Stuart Coward. The Eastlit April 2014 cover design is by Graham Lawrence.
Massey Hall 1971 by Flora Qian.
Three Poems by Danielle Ordonez. The poems are: Seascape, Summer and Rest.
What the Dog Saw at Noon by Zara Adcock.
Morning Blues by Simon Anton Nino Diego Baena.
Burial of Love by Archana Desai.
Two Poems by Brian Robinson. The poems are: For Sugiyma Dojo and Commute.
Why I Write by Qui-Phiet Tran. From the unpublished novel: Pangs of Memory and Love.
Three Worlds by Andrew J. West. An online photo-poetry art exhibition.
Two Poems by Susan Lewington. The Poems are: Anatomy Dichotomy and As Dreams are Made Of.
Smoke and Mirrors by Sayantan Ghosh.
Two Poems by Tony Walton. The poems are: 11 Months in London and The Dark Matter of Graduation Day.
Funeral Procession: A Translation of Om Prakash Valmiki’s Shav Yatra by V. Prem Lata.
Three Poems by Various. The poems are: A View of Bangkok, A View of Shanghai and A View of Tokyo.
A Doctor in the Family by Rudy Ravindra.
Rose Lu Story: A video interview by CCTV 4 of Rose Lu. In Chinese with English subtitles.
Going Back to Emerald Hill by Chew Yi Wei. Random Republication: This month we continue the random republication of pieces previously published in Eastlit. Going Back to Emerald Hill featured in the April 2013 issue of Eastlit.
Child of Vengeance by David Kirk is reviewed by Eastlit’s Bookworm in Bangkok, Stefanie Field this month. This is the fifth in the regular Eastlit review column.
How Not to Talk by Steve Rosse. This is the twelfth 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 April 2014 issue of Eastlit complete with biographies of all the writers and poets can be found in this section.
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