With a cover illustration by Edel Rodriguez, “Writing the Polycrisis” headlines the March/April 2024 issue of World Literature Today, showcasing contributions by nine writers, mainly from the Global South. Additional highlights include interviews, creative nonfiction, booklists, essays, and more! Plus a book review section brimming with the latest must-reads also enliven the issue, making it your latest passport to the best new reading from around the world.

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February 28, 2024
Quinn Carver Johnson
“I hope someday we find these fossils / for real, uncover the cracked concrete / of crumbled capitalism buried deep / under layers of sediment and time,” from “Dinosaurs,” by Quinn Carver Johnson
February 22, 2024
Susan Blumberg-Kason
Katie Gee Salisbury first came across Anna May Wong when she was doing a college internship and found an old black-and-white photo of the starlet from almost a century earlier. This image would forever stay in Salisbury’s mind and

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