Ooh, the November 2019 issue of Words Without Borders is particularly good. I haven't yet found an issue that doesn't have something to like, but yeah, this month's issue is outstanding. See "Other Lives, Other Worlds".


Our November feature ventures into the otherworldly with three short stories that blur the boundary between reality and the supernatural. A checkers game has life-and-death consequences in a story by Ada Rémy and Yves Rémy; Robert Marcuse’s protagonist attempts to rid himself of his own shadow; and an unearthly source provides the key to a murder mystery in a story by Luiz Carlos Lisboa.