Coming in the September Issue of WLT

July 24, 2014

Celebrating the First 10 Years of the NSK Neustadt Prize for Children’s Literature

featuring contributions from all six laureates and a retrospective by Kathy Neustadt

A Special Section on 21st Century Indigenous Literatures


  • An introduction by Cherokee scholar Joshua Nelson
  • Mongolian poetry plus an interview with translator Simon Wickham-Smith
  • An essay by Shon Arieh-Lerer on recovery and discovery in Aboriginal literature, plus poems by Samuel Wagan Watson and Yvette Holt
  • Charlotte Rogers interviews Milton Hatoum (Brazil)
  • Fables by Ribka Sibhatu (Eritrea)
  • Poetry in translation by Tóroddur Poulsen (Faroe Islands), Mikeas Sánchez (Mexico), and Yorgos Soukoulis (Greece)


  • Emily Hunt and David Shook’s interview with Roland Rugero (Burundi)
  • J. Madison Davis on ten milestones of a decade in crime writing
  • “The Nameless Saints,” an essay by Andrés Felipe Solano (Colombia)
  • “Best Wishes,” a story by Antonio Tabucchi (Italy)
  • Mark Kingwell’s essay on “The Ethics of Ethics and Literature”
  • Maria Golia on “What to Read Now: Egypt”
  • Sunmin Yoon on the contemporary soundscape of nomadic Mongolia
  • A visit to Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and a new bookstore in Dallas, Texas
  • And new books and book reviews spanning the globe

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