Coming in the November Issue of WLT

September 2, 2015
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A Cover Feature on Poetry Inspired by post-1950 Visual Art

featuring poems by Lauren Camp, Lola Créïs, Hedy Habra, Wafaa S. Jdeed, Circe Maia, Tatiana Oroño, Rita Mockus, Ravi Shankar, Ramón Gaya, Eduardo Mitre, Andrés Sánchez Robayna, Juan Manuel Bonet, Mario Arteca, and José Mateos, guest-edited by Lauren Camp and accompanied by the visual art that inspired each poem

and

A Special Section on Political Voices from the Maghreb

featuring fiction by Rashid Boudjedra, prose poetry by Ahmed Bouanani, and an essay by Christopher Schaefer, guest-edited by André Naffis-Sahely

plus

Porochista Khakpour recommends “Unlikely Works of Iranian Origin”
New fiction by Lois Taylor and Dung Kai-cheung
Interviews with Orhan Pamuk and Iossif Ventura, plus two poems by Ventura
Bonnie McDougall on translating Dung Kai-cheung
J. Madison Davis on the rules of S. S. Van Dine
An essay by Denise Newman and Hazel White, “When Language Meets an Ecosystem”
Visits to Moscow and Amman
and New books and book reviews spanning the globe

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