Volume 86 No. 2, March 2012

A special section devoted to International Literary Journalism headlines the March 2012 issue of WLT, including a fascinating interview with Anthony Shadid, Beirut bureau chief of the New York Times, plus essays and interviews featuring journalists from Egypt, Spain, Slovenia, Ukraine, and the Netherlands. Additionally, the issue contains Roger Robinson's essay on the literature of running, poetry by Angélica Freitas (Brazil) and Jacek Gutorow (Poland), and much more.

Table of Contents

International Literary Journalism

ESSAYS

POETRY

  • Two Poems, Angélica Freitas
  • Three Poems, Jacek Gutorow

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