OLIVE TREE Literary Monthly
SCENE Culture Weekly
P. O. Box 30894
Philadelphia, Pa 19104
U. S. A.
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|WHO WE ARE||Olive Tree Literature Society (OTLS) is a non-profit organization established by editorial board of Olive Tree-- an on-line literary monthly [ISSN 1082-9091] since 1995.|
|MISSION STATEMENT||The Mission of OTLS is to establish a mass media outlet for new literary works and culture commentaries in Chinese, a platform with a lot less political, social and economic restrictions normally associated with mass market.|
|HOW WE DO IT||OTLS does this with the monthly literary
e-zine Olive Tree, the first Chinese literary
magazine on-line, and the weekly updated culture web
site SCENE in both simplified and traditional
The full text of both publications can be read on-line at www.wenxue.com. There are many index pages based on author, genre, column in addition to yearly table of contents.
The monthly Olive Tree
is also published in e-mail format.
|WHAT DO WE PUBLISH||OTLS looks for all works that reflect
authors as individuals instead of personification of
certern fleeting market trend or any ideology currently in
We strive to overcome our own bias in determine which are "good" or "bad" writings. We reject any person or group or organization or government body's attempt to impose its will on us.
A typical monthly publication by OTLS includes prose such as novel, short fiction, story, various social commentary, critic and personal essay as well as poems. Translations of literary works can also be found.
In addition, OTLS provides monthly literary news digest for its readers.
OTLS web site www.wenxue.com has up-to-date link pages to many major on-line Chinese literature resources as well as many Chinese news agencies.
Xiang Zi (U. S. A.)
Ma Lan (U. S. A.), Jim But (Danmark), Jian Yun (Canada), Yan Yun (Taiwan), Shu Yi (U. S. A.), Shen Fang (China), X.S. (U. S. A.)
Wang Qing-Song (China), Lei Mo (China), Jing Xiang-Hai (Taiwan), Ai Cao (China), Hong Xin (China)