World Literature Today devotes the cover feature of its summer issue to Notes from the Cataclysm, reckonings with the global Covid-19 pandemic by six writers from Cuba, Greece, Kurdistan, and the US.

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August 5, 2020
A close up photograph of the texture of a teal cloth
“However, / the earth is the snake that will // consume me like an egg. / I’ll live longer than the silence a corpse / leaves behind,” from “There Is No Scar, Only Absence,” by Saddiq Dzukogi
July 29, 2020
A figure clad in swimming shorts with an American flag on them faces away from the camera and is poised to jump into a natural swimming hole
Carlos Lechuga documents the struggle to shield his mother from economic instability and food insecurity in Cuba.
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