Volume 91 No. 5, September 2017

Packed with book reviews, essays, interviews, fiction, and poetry, the September 2017 issue of World Literature Today highlights “Lives Interrupted,” a special section featuring eight writers’ refugee and migration stories. Other marquee pieces include Matthew Shenoda’s essay on African verse, flash nonfictions by Fábio Morabito, and an interview with poet and translator Simon Armitage. Our comprehensive review section leads off with a featured review of Jenny Erpenbeck’s latest novel, followed by 64 other new and notable titles. Everything you need to catch up on the best writing the world has to offer is found in the latest issue of WLT!

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