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  • Ping Zhu

    Ping Zhu is associate professor of Chinese literature at the University of Oklahoma and the acting editor in chief of the biennial literary journal Chinese Literature Today. She is the author of Gender and Subjectivities in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Literature and Culture. She has co-edited Maoist Laughter and Feminisms with Chinese Characteristics.



  • Olga Zilberbourg

    Olga Zilberbourg has three books of fiction published in Russian and has published English-language fiction, essays, and book reviews in various publications. Her first collection in English, Like Water and Other Stories, is forthcoming in 2019. Raised in St. Petersburg, she now makes her home in San Francisco.


  • Theodore Ziolkowski

    Theodore Ziolkowski (PhD, Yale, 1957) is Class of 1900 Professor Emeritus of German and comparative literature at Princeton and has been a WLT contributor (and editorial board member) for more than five decades. The recipient of numerous awards and fellowships, he has published more than two dozen books of his own (not including a dozen translations and edited volumes) and over 180 articles in German and English, focusing principally on German Romanticism and on the reception of classical antiquity in modern European literature.



  • Zoran Živković

    Zoran Živković (b. 1948, Belgrade, Serbia) is the author of twenty-two books of fiction published in twenty-three countries, in twenty languages. With more than one hundred foreign editions, he is one of the most translated contemporary Serbian writers. Živković’s writing was featured in the November 2011 issue of WLT.



  • Vikram Zutshi

    Vikram Zutshi is a filmmaker, columnist, and photojournalist who divides his time between California, Latin America, and India. His last production, a feature documentary on the immigration crisis, was filmed along the US-Mexico border and broadcast globally. He is currently in postproduction on Darshan: The Living Art of India, exploring the ritual and social praxis of Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist art in India and Nepal.



  • Rajzel Zychlinsky

    Rajzel Zychlinsky (1910–2001) was born in Gombin, Poland, and her first book of poems was published to great acclaim by the Yiddish PEN Club in Warsaw in 1936. Zychlinsky survived World War II in Tatarstan and afterward moved to Paris, New York, and finally California. Her ashes were scattered over the Pacific Ocean.



  • Gunnhild Øyehaug

    Norwegian writer Gunnhild Øyehaug has published poetry, essays, and novels, including Wait, Blink, which was adapted into the acclaimed film Women in Oversized Men’s Shirts


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