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Volume 86 No. 4, July 2012

A special section devoted to Irish playwright Marina Carr headlines the July 2012 issue of WLT, along with new creative work by Ethel Rohan, Caitriona O’Reilly, and Claire Kilroy that explores the dark side of Ireland’s economic downturn. The issue also features essays by Adania Shibli (Palestine) and Ngugi wa Thiong’o (Kenya), fiction by Murtedha Gzar (Iraq), an expanded book review section, and much more.

Table of Contents

  • EDITOR'S NOTE
  • "Reading Through a Glass Darkly: The e-Book Revolution," J. Madison Davis

A Tribute to Marina Carr

Post-Celtic Tiger Ireland

ESSAYS

FICTION

POETRY

  • Web Exclusive Content Three Poems, Fred Dings
  • "Meditation Caves of Tibet," Fred Dings
  • Two Poems, Paula Bohince
  • "The Truth a Poet Can Tell," Monique Roussel

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