Wednesday, October 19, 2011

ToC & where we're at...

The following is a list of accepted pieces as in the editing proof of New Sun Rising.  

From the initial response to last week's post I gather that (extrapolating broadly from the replies I received) those who had work accepted were notified by Frankie.  Those who did not have work accepted were not notified.

If you still have not heard about your submission, I can only apologise on behalf of Frankie Sachs and the rest of the editors.  Unfortunately the project was left hanging and details were not passed on.

Please do double check the following list of 72 accepted pieces to see if your work is there.

We do have the names of those who contributed written submissions (I just haven't posted them here).  However we do not have contact details for said contributors.  So if your work is in the following list, please get in touch!

A note on artwork

While we still have access to submitted artwork we do not have any contributor names or contact details.  If you submitted artwork, please contact us.

A big thank you to all those who submitted, the quality and breadth of work was impressive.


The Brewer’s Son
Himitsu Bako 
The Ambassador of Foreign Affairs
As Leaves Fall
Cherry Blossoms Never Die
Flash, Bullet Train 
Birds in the Trees
Rite of Spring


Bunraku Doll
Something For Hanako
Five Seasons in Japan
two haiku by Elle Lawliette
Worm House
Junko’s Smile
Kimika and the Ants


Fox Fire
Ice Maiden
The Stonecutter
How the Fox Gained Entrance to Paradise
Silver Arrow
Moon Kisses
Satori vs. Non-Satori


The Unfortunate Incident of the Broken Weenie
Struck by the Temple Bell
Godzilla’s tea
Cherry-Blossomed Reverie
Shogun Dreams
Butoh In A Stone Garden 
Sendai Space Elevator 
A Piece in History
Summer Tofu in Kyoto 
The Road to NeoSendai
Japanese Arts


Ueno Park 
What is freedom?
The Hankyu Line
This Space
Walking on Roofs
haiku by Brigita Pavsic
Blue Hearts
Kyoto Moss
Silver Lining
two haiku by Michelle Goode
Steps and Bows in Tokyo
The Poetry Game
Hiroshima Prefectural Industrial Promotion Hall
Tokyo Love Story


Riding the Killer Fish
I’m with Baka
three haiku by Neil Schiller
Three posters from Japan
Bento Boxes
Somewhere South of Tokyo
Write What You Know
On the train to Otsu Station
Osaka Underground


The Present Fallen From the SkyGreen Tea
Gyoza Express
Firefly Child
His Japanese Student Speaks to Him After Class
Watching 'The Seven Samurai’
Please Help Me Find the Dollar I Lost
Out Of The Blue
haiku by Jennifer Domingo