With eight bonus pages, the July 2024 issue of World Literature Today presents International Horror Fiction in Translation, guest-edited by Rachel Cordasco. The cover feature gathers stories from Japan, Argentina, Egypt, and Sweden. Additional highlights include interviews, essays, booklists, and poetry. The book review section rounds up the best new books from around the world, and additional interviews, poetry, and essays offer indispensable summer reading.

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July 24, 2024
María Elena Morán
In this excerpt from María Elena Morán’s Premio Café Gijón–winning novel, Volver a cuándo (Siruela, 2022), a woman in a refugee camp takes stock of her belongings.
July 23, 2024
Yan Lu
An interview with Zhang Ling, author of ten novels, including A Single Swallow (trans. Shelly Bryant) and Where Waters Meet, the first two novels in her Children of War trilogy.

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