World Literature Today dedicated its May 2018 issue to speculative fiction from around the world.
World Literature Today was founded as Books Abroad in 1927 by Roy Temple House (1878–1963), a scholar of vision from the University of Oklahoma, USA.
Now in over 90 years of uninterrupted publication, WLT is one of the oldest continuously published literary periodicals in the United States.
World Literature Today is an international literary magazine that publishes the best contemporary interviews, essays, poetry, fiction, and book reviews.
The WLT’s May issue includes fiction by Pierrette Fleutiaux, France (translated by Edward Gauvin), Anne Richter, Belgium (translated by Edward Gauvin), Angélica Gorodischer, Argentina(translated by Amalia Gladhart), and Rodrigo Fresán, Argentina (translated by Cecilia Weddell), as well as a “Translator’s Note” by Edward Gauvin.
• Editor’s Note
• FICTION: “The House,” by Pierrette Fleutiaux (France)
• FICTION: “The Tenants,” by Anne Richter (Belgium)
• FICTION: “A Perfect Wife,” by Angélica Gorodischer (Argentina)
• AUDIO FICTION: “Annus Mirabilis (Anus Horribilis),” by Aleksey Lukyanov (Russia)
• PREMIUM FICTION: “Ancient History,” by Rodrigo Fresán (Argentina)
• READING LIST: An International Speculative Fiction Reading List, by The Editors of WLT