The Words Without Borders November issue Within (and Without) These Borders: Writing from the US is chock-a-block with thought-provoking nonfiction, poetry, and short stories.

This month’s issue presents work by international writers living in the US. The eleven writers here expand both our sense of literary creativity and our understanding of life within, and without, the boundaries of this country. Marco Avilés interrogates skin color and privilege; Ezzedine Fishere depicts a disastrous coming out; and Yuri Herrera builds on Cortázar.
While not everything in this issue is my cup of tea particularly, each piece engages from an interesting perspective and is fascinating—creatively speaking.

From the article The World at Home: US Writing in Translation:

The writers presented here all came to the US from other countries and continue to write, and publish, in their original languages as well as in English translation. Their work contributes to the literatures of the lands and languages that defined them before they immigrated; but it also expands both our sense of literary creativity and our understanding of life within, and without, the boundaries of the US.