In this Issue

Art
Zhang Bingjiang

Hall of Fame, a series of portraits commissioned by filmmaker and contemporary artist Zhang Bingjian, acknowledges that corruption is often the path to fame and fortune.

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Interviews
Martin Alexander

Jeet Thayil is a performance poet, songwriter and guitarist. He has published four collections of poetry and edited The Bloodaxe Book of Contemporary Indian Poets (2008).

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Fiction
John Burdett

 

Every morning after the paracetamol, the coffee and the pain au chocolat at the Hong Kong Club, Curly Jones, partner in the law firm of Magnus, Gray and Ping, sat back, gazed at the ceiling and pondered the precarious nature of life in general and his in particular.

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Art

Zhang Bingjiang
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Fiction

Mai Jia
Translated by
Brian Holton
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F. H. Batacan
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Chi Wei-Jan
Translated by
Anna Holmwood
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Prosper Anyalechi
Translated by
Dreux Richard
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Tew Bunnag
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Krishan Partap Singh
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Non-fiction

Carla Camille Mendoza
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Luis H. Francia
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Farrukh Saleem
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Jang Jin-sung
Translated by
Shirley Lee
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Audra Ang
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Dilip D'Souza
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Shashi Warrier
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He Jiahong
Translated by
James McMath
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Martin Alexander
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Interviews

Shu-Ching Jean Chen
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Martin Alexander
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Book Reviews

Kelly Falconer
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ALR
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Alisha Haridasani
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Poetry

Jéanpaul Ferro
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Jéanpaul Ferro
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Gopilal Acharya
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Ma Yan
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Sivakami Velliangiri
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Sivakami Velliangiri
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Sivakami Velliangiri
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Jeet Thayil
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John Wall Barger
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Reid Mitchell
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Jeet Thayil
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