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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May 11, 2021
A forest with snow on the ground. Steps can just be seen through the snow
Alice-Catherine Carls
Alice-Catherine Carls reviews Anna Frajlich's recent collection of essays in translation, The Ghost of Shakespeare
May 6, 2021
A clutch of red flowers rising up out of green foliage on the edge of a lake
Stephanie McKenzie
Stephanie McKenzie gets away—relocating for three weeks to Pinchgut Lake, only fifteen minutes from her home. Treating the change as “every bit as important as a medical experiment,” she seeks to gain the energy and desire to...

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