Korean Literature Now Newsletter - December 2017
- onJanuary 16, 2018
- byKorean Literature Now
|We present to you our final issue of 2017. This issue features Jung Young Moon and Han Yujoo, two writers who are unbound by traditional narratives and structures. The Special Section focuses on literary portrayals of Korea’s religious pluralism. And as always, we have interesting essays, excerpts, and reviews. In other news, we’re now accepting translations of Korean short stories, poetry, and essays. Show us what you got and we’ll publish it if we like it. Don’t forget to read the guidelines first.
That’s it for now. Thank you for your interest and support during this past year. We hope you’re enjoying your holidays and wish you all the best for the New Year!
Korean Literature Now Team
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