Muses—a special section showcasing writers, artists, and their inspirations, with cover art by Holly Wilson—headlines the May/June 2022 issue of World Literature Today, the 400th issue in the magazine’s 95-year history. Other highlights include poetry, essays, creative nonfiction, and fiction and a wealth of new titles reviewed including new work by Victoria Chang, Louise Glück, and Alain Mabanckou.

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May 11, 2022
An illustration of several indigenous people, cloaked while walking through a forest
Mary E. Adams, Lauren Fee, Caleb Fisher, Grace Lewis, Carley Nail, Katelynn Nelson, Kaylee Sadler
A special-topics class looking at works by Native women writers interviews novelist Diane Glancy.
May 11, 2022
A closeup photograph of Isabel Allende. Text reads: Isabel. The intimate story of Isabel Allende
Alexandra McManus
WLT Intern Alexandra McManus on the cultural impact of Chilean writer Isabel Allende, who is the subject of a three-part miniseries currently available from HBO.

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