San Juan, Puerto Rico, takes the spotlight with a powerful selection of poetry, stories, and essays by 17 writers. Other highlights include an essay on uprooting the fetishes of white supremacy; interviews, poetry, fiction + more than 40 new book reviews including work by Elena Ferrante, Mia Couto, and authors from all over the world.

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September 29, 2020
A photograph of NSK Juror Randy Ribay juxtaposed against the logo for the 2020 Neustadt Lit Fest
The Editors of WLT
5 Questions (and Answers) from NSK juror Randy Ribay, whose latest book, Patron Saints of Nothing, was selected as a National Book Award finalist and is a powerful coming-of-age story about grief, guilt, and the...
September 25, 2020
A photograph of NSK juror Adib Khorram juxtaposed with the logo of the 2020 Neustadt Lit Fest
The Editors of WLT
5 Questions (and Answers) from NSK juror Adib Khorram, whose first novel, Darius the Great Is Not Okay, was published in 2018 by Dial Books for Young Readers and won YALSA’s William C. Morris Award for Best Debut Author W...

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