Friday, November 6, 2015
Fall Edition 2015
She was rail thin and tall. By now, after three days of lying in the same hospital bed, I could tell upon waking when she had been in the room. That unmistakable musk in the air that came from her body. A fragrance perhaps.
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Have mercy on the younger generation. Yes, Mamma. I remember those words you said in a letter. One hot afternoon here in IV Corps in the Mekong Delta, I stood watching the Viet Cong prisoners sitting in rows under the sun and none in the shade. Sitting on their haunches, blindfolded with a swathe of cloth over their eyes. Their shirts were torn, their black shorts soiled, their legs skinny. Most of them looked no older than seventeen, like those faces in junior high schools back home. [VietNow National Magazine, 2015]
Thursday, October 8, 2015
KHANH HA's novella,“Mrs. Rossi’s Dream” from his new novel “In The U Minh Forest” (presently with his agent) is the finalist of The William Faulkner – William Wisdom Creative Writing novella category. An excerpt of the novella will be published early next year in The Double Dealer, the annual literary journal of the Pirate’s Alley Faulkner Society.
This novella was sought after earlier this year by Amazon Kindle Singles, its New York-based editors having expressed enthusiasm in launching it as a Kindle Singles.