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Farniente

by Lewis Trondheim and by Dominique Hérody
Translated by Edward Gauvin

"If I died, would you find another woman to marry?" "Do you want the truth, or do you want me to tell you what you want to hear?"

from “Diary”

by Fabrice Neaud
Translated by Edward Gauvin

from “Proud Beggars”

by Albert Cossery and by Golo
Translated by Lulu Norman

Albert Cossery and Golo slouch through a seedy Cairo

from “King-Ma Has Come”

by Wei Tsung-cheng
Translated by Nancy Tsai

Wei Tsung-Cheng produces a mock-heroic Chinese political history

from “That Was Happiness”

by Blutch
Translated by Edward Gauvin

Blutch charts the end of a marriage

from “Farm 54”

by Galit Seliktar and by Gilad Seliktar
Translated by Ronen Altman Kaydar

Galit Seliktar and Gilad Seliktar map a soldier's first evacuation

from “Waiting for an Island”

by Marc Legendre
Translated by David Colmer

Marc Legendre's daydreamer waits for his past

from “A Game for Swallows”

by Zeina Abirached
Translated by Edward Gauvin

Zeina Abirached dodges bullets in the Beirut of her childhood

Letter to Survivors

by Gébé
Translated by Edward Gauvin

Blizzard in the Jungle, Part Two

by Ri Chol-Geun and by Jo Hak-Rae
Translated by Heinz Insu Fenkl and Geesu Lee

North Korean intrigue in the African jungle.

Listen, everyone, the plane was sabotaged.

Paradise . . . Kind of

by Troub’s
Translated by Edward Gauvin

Against Comics

by Jochen Gerner
Translated by Edward Gauvin

Blizzard in the Jungle, Part Three

by Ri Chol-Geun and by Jo Hak-Rae
Translated by Heinz Insu Fenkl and Geesu Lee

Tetsu of the Yamanote Line

by Osamu Tezuka
Translated by Camellia Nieh

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