In this Issue

Non-fiction
ALR

 

We've had an exciting collaboration with Australia's Griffith Review in putting together a joint issue. For a taste of our selection, scroll down to enter the world of Stress Management in call centres with Glenn Diaz, find out why Prodita Sabarini won't Let Bygones be Bygones after the Indonesian purges of 1965, and discover the poetry of Manan Karki and ko ko thett.

Read all about Issue 28 in From the Editors, and there's more here.

 

 

 

 

 

Non-fiction
ALR

 

This issue is the result of our collaboration with Griffith Review. Australia and Asia are anything but homogenous: each contains large populations of people whose identities - race, religion, values, politics - differ widely, often violently. To many of them, labels such as 'Australian' or 'Asian' are too broad to be meaningful. Read more...

 

Fiction
Glenn L Diaz

 

Glenn Diaz's 'Stress Management' takes us behind the scenes in a Philippines call centre for a grimly humorous account of a soul-sapping industry. Read more...

Non-fiction

Prodita Sabarini

Fiction

Glenn L Diaz

Poetry

ko ko thett