Jason Erik Lundberg writes, "The ebook edition for the second issue of the world's only biannual literary journal focusing on southeast Asian speculative fiction has just been released! LONTAR issue #2 (Spring 2014) is now out and available, DRM-free, at Weightless Books, and can be had for the mere paltry payment of $2.99 USD. This issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Korea, Singapore, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand."
Inside these pages, you'll find: a metamorphic love story near the Korean DMZ from award-winner E.C. Myers; a cautionary tale about Singaporean elitism from Tiffany Tsao; an examination of the illusory facets of love from Victor Fernando R. Ocampo; a haunting and beautiful evocation of a fantastical Vietnamese floating market from Eliza Chan; a brand new supernatural crime tale from bestselling author John Burdett; and speculative poetry from Jerrold Yam, Tse Hao Guang, Ang Si Min, Shelly Bryant and Daryl Yam.
LONTAR #2 Ebook Now Available!
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