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The Tiger Moth Review online literary magazine Issue 8 cover image

The Tiger Moth Review Editor Esther Vincent Xueming’s introduction to Issue 8 begins: “This issue celebrates life. // This issue celebrates love. // This issue celebrates joy. // This issue celebrates and sings of the light that continues to shine on endlessly, even after death. This issue celebrates the infinity of time, of love as bending time. This issue chooses to celebrate death as a transition from the physical into the spiritual, as a carrying on rather than an ending of.” Fully online, The Tiger Moth Review features art and literature “that engages with nature, culture, the environment, and ecology.” To carry out this celebration and engagement are works by a global cast of contributors:

Jessica Bryant Klagmann, Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA
Meenakshi Palaniappan, Singapore
Grace Massey, Newton, Massachusetts, USA
Francisco Palemón Arcos, Chilapa, Mexico
Audrey Tan Hui En, Singapore
Daryl Li, Singapore
Sophia Naz, Glen Ellen, California
David Denny, Cupertino, California
Catherine Audrey Hess, Ozark Mountains, Arkansas, USA
Christien Gholson, Eugene, Oregon, USA
Myles Dunigan, Florida, USA
Claire Matturro, Florida, USA
Zhang Zhihao, Wuhan, China
Julie A. Dickson, Exeter, New Hampshire, USA
Kired Quidangen, Ilocos Sur, The Philippines
Jocelyn Li, Hong Kong
Rammel Chan, Chicago, USA
Rachel Rix, Sacramento, California, USA
George Freek, Belvidere, Illinois, USA
Robert Zhao Renhui, Singapore
Craig Santos Perez, Pacific Island of Guam
Maria Editha Garma-Respicio, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan Valley, The Philippines
Cynthia Good, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Joe Bisicchia, Marlton, NJ, Philadelphia, USA
Faith Ho, Singapore

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