Fernando Schekaiban & Toshiya Kamei

Fernando Schekaiban (b. 1985) is a Mexican writer who lives in San Luis Potosí. His short stories have recently appeared in Big Echo, Defiant Scribe, Soft Cartel, and X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine.

Toshiya Kamei holds an MFA in Literary Translation from the University of Arkansas. His translations of Latin American literature include My Father Thinks I’m a Fakir by Claudia Apablaza, South Exit by Carlos Bortoni, and Silent Herons by Selfa Chew.

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. Beauty of the World (Spring 2019)

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