new literary journal: kartika review

The inaugural issue of Kartika Review, an Asian American literary journal, just came out this week. According to the welcome info, the journal publishes literary fiction, poetry, and essays "that endeavor to expand and enhance the mainstream perception of Asian American creative writing." This issue features work from writers like Geri Lipzhultz Wong, Eddy Zheng and spoken word artist Kelly Zen-Yie Tsai, as well as work from up-and-coming lesser-known writers, and an interview with American Born Chinese author Gene Luen Yang. They're also looking for new writers on a rolling basis, so check out their submission info. There's some good stuff there, so take a look at the first issue here.

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