Coming in the September Issue of WLT

July 24, 2014
by WLT

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