No Man’s Land, the independent online journal of contemporary German literature, is resuming publication with a new website and new Editorial Board.
With the upcoming Issue 11 (Winter 2016), we will build on the ten-year history of this publication, carrying forward its commitment to translation and the works of contemporary authors writing in German.
We invite you to visit www.no-mans-land.org to peruse our selection of recent German-language short fiction and poetry in English translation. Founded in 2006 in Berlin, to date No Man’s Land has published works of more than 140 authors, as interpreted by 89 translators.
Submissions of translations for the 2016 edition will be accepted from 1 August to 30 November, 2016. Please see our detailed guidelines on the SUBMIT page for further information.