Thursday, June 16, 2011

Ceriph: Issue Three

Ceriph Issue No. 3
Come Perch on the Ceriph Birdhouse

"There is no winter here to cool
my warm heart beating a retreat
up to the hill we call a mountain
just 164 metres tall, yet I feel so small
under her primordial gaze...."

“equatorial love” by Ng Sze Kiat, in Ceriph ISSUE THREE

 It begins raining fish on Chinese New Year. Two nymphomaniacs on death-row enter a time-warp right after supper. Scientists have found the reason why birds crash into power lines. Ceriph #03 is a map of imagination that stretches from food to flight, whilst paying tribute to the local landscape.

Discover new writers with Ceriph #03.
Featuring works from John Savage, Marc Nair, Amanda Lee, Katherine Lofts, Ng Sze Kiat, Matthew Craws...haw, Ambrose Rockefeller, Stephanie Burt, Anurak Saelaow Hao, Michael Clark, David Bobis, Nicholas Quah, Leonard Ng, Yeng Pway Ngon, Laremy Lee, Izyanti Asa’ari, Constance Ho, Wayne Cheong, Julian Cashin, JY Yang, Corey Kupfer, Shelly Bryant, Loh Guan Liang, Angelica Chong, Malcolm Tay, Nah Dominic, Brandon Chew, Lee Jing-Jing & Philip Toledano, Joey Kang, & Adrianna Tan.

Ceriph #03 includes a fold out poster featuring work by local photographers Jing Quek & Alvelyn Alko, & an accordion fold out illustration by Chua Xin Jie.


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