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Portside Review launches bilingual Burmese edition

We are thrilled to launch our first issue of 2023, a special Myanmar edition featuring bilingual poems, essays and more.

March 10, 2023

Centre for Stories’ digital publication, Portside Review launches its ninth edition featuring 28 Burmese writers who are either living in Myanmar or are members of the Burmese diaspora around the globe and connecting oceans.

We are thankful to our two wonderful guest editors Ko Ko Thett and Christopher Lin who have ensured this edition of Portside Review is at of exceptional standard, all whilst representing diverse voices and experiences.

This special bilingual edition is proudly funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of the Australian Government. Without this funding, translation would not have been possible. It is also thanks to our many wonderful subscribing members that we are able to pay each writer, artist, and contributor a globally competitive fee.

Illustration: Paperlily Studio

Members can now log in and access the full issue, ready for you to read and take in. If you’re not a member, no worries, we have a small select pieces available for free via our Free Reads.

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