Asia Literary Review

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Asia Literary Review
Asia Literary Review Summer 2011 cover.jpg
Asia Literary Review
Frequency Quarterly
Country Hong Kong, China
Language English


The Asia Literary Review is a quarterly literary journal published online and in print, and distributed internationally. It includes fiction, non-fiction, poetry and photography. The magazine has published interviews with figures such as Aung San Suu Kyi, David Mitchell, Salman Rushdie and Kyung-sook Shin (2011 winner of the Man Asian Literary Prize).

Contributors have included Margaret Atwood, Justin Hill, Liu Xiaobo, Su Tong, Arvind Krishna Mehrotra, Laurie Thompson, Seamus Heaney, Kim Young-ha, Ko Un, Zheng Danyi, Bei Dao, Shehan Karunatilaka and Xu Xi.

Poetry Parnassus[edit]

At Poetry Parnassus, part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad, an Asia Literary Review Celebration Reading was held at the Southbank Centre. Participants included Marjorie Evasco, Jang Jin-sung, Kim Hyesoon, Alvin Pang, Laksmi Pamuntjak and Jennifer Wong.

The event was covered by the Philippine Star and other media including CBN News


Director and Editor in Chief: Martin Alexander

Business and Finance Director: Phillip Kim

Senior Editors: Justin Hill, Michael Vatikiotis

China Editor: Zheng Danyi

Poetry Editor: Reid Mitchell

Consulting Editor: Peter Koenig

For full details, visit the main website. All material on this page is verified by information on the Asia Literary Review's Website below.

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