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"The final installment in the Joshua City Trilogy, We Are Messenger, takes our fictional translators (Okla Elliott and Raul Clement) on a harrowing adventure in skolarship from the Federated States of America to contemporary Baikal. Their adopted daughter, the erstwhile Pig-Hearted Girl, journeys with them and is mistaken for a divine figure. Our heroes overcome their fear of flying, investigate the dustier corners of libraries, and negotiate the difficulties of martyrdom, all in the pursuit of understanding the greatest author in the Post-Calamity Era: Aleksandr Tuvim."
Okla Elliott is currently an Illinois Distinguished Fellow at the University of Illinois, where he works in the fields of comparative literature and trauma studies. He also holds an MFA in creative writing from Ohio State University. His work has appeared in Another Chicago Magazine, Harvard Review, Indiana Review, The Literary Review, New Letters, A Public Space, The Southeast Review, and Subtropics, among others. He is the author of a collection of short fiction, From the Crooked Timber, and a collection of poetry, The Cartographer’s Ink.