Volume 85 No. 6, November 2011

In the November 2011 issue of WLT, a special section devoted to Post-Soviet Literature features recent work from Russia and other former republics, twenty years after the collapse of the regime. Readers are also invited to discover the "metaphysical fantasias" of Serbian writer Zoran Živković in addition to short fiction by Mario Bellatin (Mexico), new poems by Alistair Noon (UK/Germany), and an interview with Samia Mehrez (Egypt).

Table of Contents

Post-Soviet Literature: Twenty Years After the Fall

Zoran Živković

Interviews

Fiction

  • WEB EXCLUSIVE
    by Tania Malyarchuk
  • "Shiki Nagaoka: A Nose for Fiction," Mario Bellatin
    by

Poetry

  • WEB EXCLUSIVE
    by Askold Bazhanov
  • Two Poems, Alistair Noon
    by

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