World Literature Today

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World Literature Today highlights the poetry of Malva

“As Malva reclaims her father’s pen to tell her story of abandonment, the novel probes the question of how to make sense of Neruda’s political outspokenness in light of his silence on the subject of his own mute daughter, revisiting his poetry to find where Malva might fit among all the omissions.” Continue reading

“The Abolition of Species” applauded by World Literature Today

“In Samuel P. Willcocks’s masterful translation, The Abolition of Species is a transgressive revelation, a worthy philosophical successor to Wells’s generative novel [The Time Machine (1895)].” Continue reading

The Consequences featured in World Literature Today

The Consequences appears in World Literature Today’s January/February 2018 issue in the Nota Bene section. WLT writes: “In this sharp book of wry commentary, Minnie’s newfound fame and haunting past come together to explore the nuances of intimacy and identity.” Read the full review: http://www.doppelhousepress.com/Weijers-World-Literature-Today_Jan18-page91.pdf

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