The coffin fell apart.
There was the sound of decayed wood crumbling, and a cloud of smoke surged out, like water vapour from a hot steamer.

Yan Lianke / Carlos Rojas

University of Oklahoma Press

The University of Oklahoma is home to the World Literature Today literary journal, and the newly inaugurated Chinese Literature Today, aimed at creating a bi-directional flow of information and discussion about Chinese literature, and its role on the world literary stage.

The University of Oklahoma and World Literature Today are also the sponsors of the Neustadt International Prize for Literature.


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