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Letter to the Mother

by Mazen Kerbaj
Translated by Mazen Kerbaj and Ahmad Gharbieh

Because of you I fancied killing a hundred times.

Demonsterate

by Nawel Louerrad
Translated by Canan Marasligil

I've been wearing this tutu since I was a kid.

from “The Eternonaut,” Part II

by Héctor G. Oesterheld and by Francisco Solano López
Translated by Erica Mena

There are other survivors!

A Great Step Forward: Memoir of the Famine

by Li Kunwu and by Philippe Ôtié
Translated by Edward Gauvin

Even the roaches in the village are dying of hunger.

from “Les Mohameds”

by Jérôme Ruillier
Translated by Edward Gauvin

I loved Renault like you'd love a mistress.

Romanticism

by Krysztof Gawronkiewicz
Translated by Antonia Lloyd-Jones

Our technology enables the resurrection of an incomplete body.

from “The International”

by Roannie and by Oko
Translated by Edward Gauvin

The old man had his eye put out by the colonists a few years ago.

The Eternonaut

by Héctor G. Oesterheld and by Francisco Solano López
Translated by Erica Mena

Death, continuously falling in tiny, luminous flakes. The nightmare snowfall that had erased almost all life...

An Iranian Metamorphosis

by Mana Neyestani
Translated by Ghazal Mosadeq

Write why you drew that cartoon and why you chose a Turkish word.

Catharina Margaretha Linck

by Elke R. Steiner
Translated by Edna McCown

Catharina Margaretha Linck, executed for sodomy in Halberstad, 1721

from “Reunion”

by Pascal Girard
Translated by Helge Dascher

Don't move. You're bleeding.

The Secret of Frequency A: An Incredible Disaster, part three

by Eom Jeong-Hui and by Ko Im-Hong
Translated by Heinz Insu Fenkl

Use the Frequency A generator to extract all the secrets from inside his head. Then quietly kill him.

The Secret of Frequency A: An Incredible Disaster, part two

by Eom Jeong-Hui and by Ko Im-Hong
Translated by Heinz Insu Fenkl

If they find out he's doing research for us, we're doomed!

Two Million People in the Square: Scenes from the Revolution

by Magdy El Shafee
Translated by Humphrey Davies

The people say: Step down now!

War Rabbit

by Rutu Modan and by Igal Sarna
Translated by G. H. Freedman

We've taught bunnies to live above ground, and we've driven human beings underground.

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