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  • Bocamandja Performs AYUDAME A CAMINAR from David Shook on Vimeo. Equatorial Guinean author Recaredo Silebo Boturu’s play Nostalgia stars two siblings, brother Mbatua and sister Djibuti, presumably as illegal aliens in Spain. Following...
  • “I make literature, not war. . . . Literature is not Jewish, Arab, or American. It tells stories to everyone.” These are the words of Boualem Sansal, an exceptionally brave and talented Algerian writer and recipient of several...
  • Photo by uopfindsomt/Flickr For Daniel Sada   The dedication was short and impersonal, followed by the unlikely signature: Lauro H. Batallón. Santiago held the copy in his open hand. He seemed to weigh the words of every page,...
  • Roberto Brodsky (b. 1957) came of age in Santiago de Chile during the revolutionary years of Salvador Allende’s Popular Unity government (1970–73). Born to Ukrainian Jewish immigrants that escaped the pogroms during the first decades of the century...
  • With the Tour de France still underway, here are 13 works of fiction and nonfiction alike tying the common thread of bicycling. Fill out your summer reading list with tales of pedaling that span from extreme racing to arduous and sometimes comical...
  • ({"video_url": "http://vimeo.com/44478910", video_config: { width: 600, height: 338 } }) Marina CarrThe 2012 Puterbaugh Fellow“Lately I have begun to suspect if there is such a thing as eternity it resides in the...
  • Michael A. Morrison's piece "Fun with Your New Head: Getting into SF" records a multitude of great reads for diving into science fiction. For the ease of building your must-read list, following is a list of 17 books from Morrison's essay to escort...
  • The New York City phone booth libraries featured in WLT's July 2012 Outpost and in this interview with their inventor John Locke are an innovative immersion of books into urban settings, but these kiosk-style libraries are not exclusive...
  • Scenes from Marina Carr’s By the Bog of Cats, directed by Susan ShaughnessyUniversity of OklahomaMarch 10–14, 2012 Photos: Ty Johnson / The Oklahoma Daily Marina Carr’s 1998 play...
  • Photo by Ingmar Zahorsky/Flickr   Home to such celebrated writers as Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, and George Bernard Shaw, the city of Dublin has long been considered the center of Irish literature and the arts, and in November 1991 the Dublin Writers...

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