Volume 94 No. 3, Summer 2020
World Literature Today devotes the cover feature of its summer issue to Notes from the Cataclysm, reckonings with the global Covid-19 pandemic by six writers from Cuba, Greece, Kurdistan, and the US. Other highlights in the issue include Shokoofeh Azar’s marquee essay on the Iranian diaspora down under; Q&As with Michelle de Kretser, Bonnie Huie, and Zisis Ainalis; poetry from Greece, Hong Kong, and Portugal; and fiction from Brazil, Germany, and Kuwait. Reviews of new books by Andrés Neuman, Carolyn Forché, J. M. Coetzee, and dozens of other writers—along with a summer booklist—make the issue timely and indispensable.