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Bengal Lights

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by C. P. Heiser
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Bengal Lights by C. P. Heiser

A special edition of Bengal Lights, Bangladesh's leading English language literary journal, guest-edited by the editors of the Unnamed Press and Phoneme Media. A liberal exploration of the concept of “the guest" featuring Etgar Keret, Mario Bellatin, Sesshu Foster, Ben Ehrenreich, Stacy Hardy, Douglas Kearney, Amjad Nasser, Rita Indiana, Pavel Šrut, Inongo-vi-Makom?, Angie Cruz, Antonella Anedda, Sharbari Z. Ahmed, Paul Holzman, Carly J. Hallman, Ram?n Esono Ebal?, Prisionero Gringo, Khademul Islam, Mandy Kahn, Nylsa Mart?nez, Anthony Seidman, Nazir Hossain, Malka Older, Sudipta Chakma Mikado, Katia Kapovich, Zvonko Karanovic, Edwin Smet, J.C. Reyes, and Ikhtisad Ahmed.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 999
Size: 7.5 MB
Publisher: The Unnamed Press
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781939419521 (DRM-EPUB)

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