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Korean Literature Now Newsletter - April 2018

  • onApril 25, 2018
  • byKorean Literature Now
April is celebrated as National Poetry Month in the US. But why should they have all the fun? Poetry buffs turn to our latest issue to read exquisite poetry by Shim Bo-seon and Kim Haengsook.

Fans of fiction, check out the audiobook version of “A Fish Called Wanda” by Baek Minsuk. Follow a ragtag group of people on their expedition to find a mysterious fish called Wanda.

Lovers of literature, read our Musings essay by poet Christopher Merrill on how translation can help us challenge our assumptions and expand our sense of the contours of literature.

Lastly, please don’t forget to give us your feedback! Click on the banner at the end of this newsletter, and stand to win some amazing goodies . . . Shh! It’s a surprise!

Warmly,
The Staff of Korean Literature Now