"New Native Writing" in New Issue of World Literature Today

Wed, 05/10/2017

The new issue of World Literature Today, the world-renowned parent publication of Latin American Literature Today, is now available in print and digital editions! Visit the WLT website to learn more about the new issue, which highlights the work of Indigenous writers from the United States and beyond:

“The summer 2017 issue of World Literature Today (Vol. 91, No. 3-4) is bursting at the seams with 120 pages of poetry, fiction, essays, interviews, and book reviews from all over the world, including our annual summer reading recommendations. Contemporary Native American writers take special prominence in a feature section, guest-edited by Jeanetta Calhoun Mish. Other highlights include poetry and fiction from Israel and Denmark, an essay on the “cosmopolitan ghazal,” and a conversation with poet and translator Hélène Cardona. A special survey also gives readers the opportunity to tell us what they like most—and what they’d like to see changed—about WLT.”

See the entire issue online here, and learn more about its contents from the Editor's Note by Daniel Simon, Editor in Chief of WLT.

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New Native Writing