Volume 92 No. 1, January 2018

World Literature Today kicks off its ninety-second year with an impassioned look at the literature of resistance, featuring an essay/poetry diptych from Mapuche writer Liliana Ancalao; Maureen Freely on writing as resistance in Turkey; and poetry of witness from Italy and Greece. The issue also showcases stunning essays by Kapka Kassabova and Dunya Mikhail; interviews with Li-Young Lee (Indonesia/US), Eleni Kefala (Greece), and Jia Pingwa (China); and a wealth of other fiction and poetry. As always, a generous selection of book reviews, featured new books, recommended reading lists, and online exclusives round out the issue.

Table of Contents

Words Matter: Writing as Inspired Resistance

In Every Issue

Essays

Fiction

Poetry

BOOK REVIEWS

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