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Lontar #10: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

 by Lundberg, Jason Erik Et Al (Eds.)


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Lontar #9: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

Lontar #9: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

 by Lundberg, Jason Erik Et Al (Eds.)

This issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Vietnam, Brunei, Singapore, the Philippines and Indonesia. Also included is a special supplement: the continuing seralisation of Dean Francis Alfar's brilliant novel Salamanca, winner of the Palanca Award Grand Prize for the Novel and the Gintong Aklat Award for Literature. LONTAR is the world's only biannual literary journal focusing on Southeast Asian speculative fiction.


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Lontar #8: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

Lontar #8: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

 by Lundberg, Jason Erik Et Al (Eds.)

This eighth issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Singapore, the Philippines and Thailand. In this issue you will find: fishing for mermaids in the Mekong River by Alyssa Wong; a tense and otherworldly ancestral homecoming by Michael Janairo; a rebellion against inevitable eugenics by Clara Chow; snapshots of the fantastic in the mundane by Wilfred Cabrera; and speculative poetry by Tilde Acu?a, Bernise Carolino, Judith Huang, Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé, Christina Sng, Sharlene Teo and David Wong Hsien Ming.


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Lontar #7: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

 by Lundberg, Jason Erik Et Al (Eds.)

This seventh issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Laos, the Philippines, Indonesia and Korea. Inside these pages, you'll find: a remembrance of ghostbusters disguised as lion dancers by Zen Cho; the subversive power of jazz in a future North Vietnam by TR Napper; a cautionary tale of writing one's perfect lover into existence by Vida Cruz; an expedition to hunt a supernatural tiger in colonial Singapore by Manish Melwani; the relationship between death and a mysterious delivery truck by James Penha; a fateful meeting of the last two Eurasians in Singapore by Melissa De Silva; a critical appreciation of the novels of Eka Kurniawan by Tiffany Tsao; a comic on schoolyard bullying and redemption by Elvin Ching; and speculative poetry from Bryan Thao Worra, Zeny May Recidoro, Brandon Marlon, Subashini Navaratnam, Russ Hoe, Christina Sng, Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé, Cyril Wong. LONTAR is the world's only biannual literary journal focusing on Southeast Asian speculative fiction. Its many contributors have won major literary awards in Singapore, USA, UK, Taiwan, Japan and the Philippines.


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Lontar #6: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

Lontar #6: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

 by Lundberg, Jason Erik Et Al (Eds.)

This sixth issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Singapore, Vietnam, Indonesia, the Philippines, Cambodia and Laos. LONTAR is the world's only biannual literary journal focusing on Southeast Asian speculative fiction. Our contributors have won major literary awards in Singapore, USA, UK, Taiwan, Japan and the Philippines.


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Lontar #5: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

Lontar #5: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

 by Lundberg, Jason Erik Et Al (Eds.)

This fifth issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia, Cambodia, Indonesia and Thailand.


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Lontar #4: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

Lontar #4: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

 by Lundberg, Jason Erik (Ed.)

This fourth issue presents speculative writing from and about Singapore, the Philippines, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia and Thailand. Inside these pages, you'll find: the harsh realities of living as a refugee within a calorie-based economy by acclaimed award-winner Paolo Bacigalupi; the uneasy combination of domestic troubles and virtual reality from Palanca Prize winner Kate Osias; the unexpected and complete disappearance of Singapore itself from Singapore Literature Prize winner Ng Yi-Sheng; a surreal trip through alternate worlds from Philippines Free Press Literary Prize winner Eliza Victoria; an eerie meeting with chanteuse Faye Wong during a Malaysian holiday from Andrew Cheah; and speculative poetry from Michael Gray, Joses Ho, Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé, Cyril Wong and Jerrold Yam.


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Lontar #3: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

Lontar #3: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

 by Lundberg, Jason Erik (Ed.)


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Lontar #2: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

Lontar #2: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

 by Lundberg, Jason Erik (Ed.)

This issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Korea, Singapore, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand.


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Lontar: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

Lontar: The Journal Of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction

 by Lundberg, Jason Erik (Ed.)

This is the first issue of "Lontar", planned to be a journal of "speculative writing" from and about Southeast Asia. In this initial number are four pieces of fiction, three ruminative poems and an insightful discussion of Philippine ideas of magic.


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Lontar Anthology Of Indonesian Drama, The: Vol. 1, 2, 3

Lontar Anthology Of Indonesian Drama, The: Vol. 1, 2, 3

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This set of consists of The Lontar Anthology of Indonesian Drama Vol. 1: Plays For Popular Stage; The Lontar Anthology of Indonesian Drama Vol. 2: Building A National Theater; and The Lontar Anthology of Indonesian Drama Vol. 3: New Directions, 1965-1998.