Volume 87 No. 4, July 2013

“Four-Legged Fictions,” a portfolio devoted to writers and their canine characters, headlines the July 2013 issue of WLT, featuring poetry and fiction from Australia, France, and Spain. Additional highlights include an interview with Rawi Hage, an alphabet of Twitter minifiction by Alberto Chimal, and an essay by Ilan Stavans that asks, “Is American literature parochial?” An exciting mix of other poetry, fiction, essays, and book reviews rounds out the issue.

Table of Contents

  • by Daniel Simon
  • The Adventure of Sir Arthur’s Home: Development, Preservation, Literary Snobbery, and the World’s Most Famous Detective
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In Every Issue

Four-Legged Fictions

Interviews

  • “Manichean Taxis and Murderous Readers: A Conversation with Rawi Hage” by Ray Taras
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Poetry

  • Three Ghazals by Shakeel Badayuni, Sha’ir Lakhnavi, and Zack Rogow
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  • WEB EXCLUSIVE
    by Shakeel Badayuni
  • “Frédéric Chopin Tweets from the Edinburgh Hogmanay Party” by Ron Butlin
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  • by Amjad Nasser

Essays

Fiction

BOOK REVIEWS

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