Issue #2 Out Now!

This spring, The Sea Letter traversed both the ordinary and the otherworldly. We experienced the subtle, sometimes unrestrained, beauty of nature. We glimpsed a particularly bleak future, fought tirelessly against the tick of time, and still remembered to stop and smell the dryer sheets.

– Zac & Leo, Editors

Our spring 2018 issue is now available for purchase here.

The Woman in the U Minh Forest

A chapter from The Woman in the U Minh Forest, a novel by Khanh Ha

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Rain. Falling on the inn’s red-tiled roof  that slants sharply over the veranda. Sluicing over the low-hanging edge of the roof, falling and glittering in a white-water curtain. The veranda, deep and always shadowy even on a sunny day, surrounds the inn and shields the first-floor rooms from the pelting rain. Bundled up in my raincoat, I quick-step onto the veranda and set down the two bags of groceries and household supplies on the cement floor, next to the entrance door.

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