World Literature Today’s spring issue, “Redreaming Dreamland,” reflects on the centennial of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. Also, a special section on Chinese migrant workers’ literature. Essays, poetry, fiction, & interviews + reviews of new books by Najwan Darwish, Cixin Liu, Olga Tokarczuk, and dozens more. Cover art by Greenwood Art Project artist Ebony Iman Dallas.

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April 19, 2021
A photograph of a mural that reads, “You saw the truth in the tears of those who survived.”
Malu Halasa
London-based writer Malu Halasa canvasses the Middle Eastern and North African culture scene in London, where even in lockdown, there’s still much to experience.
April 14, 2021
A black and white photograph of Adam Zagajewski. A row columns stretches out behind him
Marek Makowski
Marek Makowski offers a moving tribute to Adam Zagajewski. “In many ways Zagajewski’s death ends one of the greatest eras of poetry, not just in Poland but in the history of the world.”

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