Table of Eastlit Content October 2015:
We hope you enjoy the work in the October 2015 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 months cover picture features Chinatown KL Graffiti by Khor Hui Min. The Eastlit October 2015 cover design is by Graham Lawrence.
Shirakawa in Gion & Other Poems by Faridah Manaf.
Duck Rice and Other Stories by Sharmilla Ganesan.
Taste and Nostalgia Go Hand in Hand by Nicole Seah.
A Model Revolutionary State by Reid Mitchell.
Deathrow with Chicken Poacher Thach by Nguyen Dinh Chinh. Edited by David Cunningham.
Southlit Supplement October 2015 contains work focused on South Asia by Arshiya Kausar, Eiman Ilyas, Nabeela Maswood, Nirjhar Dutta, Priya Prithviraj, Saadia Shabbir and Shivaji Das.
Three Strangers and a Writer on the Magome-Tsumago Trail: A Journey by Sze-Leng Tan.
Winter Andante & Other Poems by William Marr.
The Purple Face Man & The Factory Workers by Xenia Taiga.
Sprinkle of Light by Ana Prundaru.
Lovely Face & Other Poems by Kurt Cline.
Just the Way Life Is by Lawrence F. Farrar.
Jared Angel: An Eastlit interview by Graham Lawrence.
This month we are republishing two previous pieces:
Contributors: An alphabetical list of all the contributors to the October 2015 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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