The Ukrainian cities of Odesa and Kharkiv take the spotlight in World Literature Today’s latest city issue, in which poets, novelists, playwrights, artists, journalists, editors, photographers, translators, and culture workers offer glimpses into their daily lives since the Russian invasion of February 2022. Other highlights include essays, fiction, and poetry from all over the world; plus, lively interviews and recommended reading lists as well as more than two dozen reviews of new books.

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August 3, 2022
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Daniel Simon
Editor in Chief Daniel Simon reflects back on one hundred issues of World Literature Today produced during his time at the magazine.
August 1, 2022
A photograph of Michelle Mirabella and Catalina Infante Beovic taken outdoors at a rally
Michelle Mirabella
Translator Michelle Mirabella interviews author Catalina Infante Beovic, an author-translator pair whose collaboration began in June 2020 with Infante Beovic’s English-language debut in Mirabella’s translation of the story “Ferns,...

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