Volume 86 No. 1, January 2012

American young-adult novelist Virginia Euwer Wolff, winner of the 2011 NSK Neustadt Prize for Children's Literature, headlines the January 2012 issue of WLT. Also, check out new poetry by Nathalie Handal, a French American writer of Palestinian origin, as well as several Burmese and Zapotec poets.Additional highlights include new fiction by Qiu Xiaolong (China/US), essays on post-tsunami lit from Japan and the crime genre of police procedurals, and an interview with Eva Stachniak (Poland/Canada).

Table of Contents

NSK Neustadt Prize Laureate Virginia Euwer Wolff

Interviews

Essays

Fiction

Poetry

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