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Issue 29: Spring 1999

Taking the Cake: Black Writing in Britain

Highlights

Interviews with David Dabydeen, Maya Jaggi and Jackie Kay.
Susheila Nasta and Rasheed Araeen in conversation.
Poetry from Leila Aboulela, Elaine Savory, Dorothea Smartt, Gabriel Gbadamosi, Bernardine Evaristo, Janet Kofi-Tsekpo and Mark de Brito.
An extract from A Harlot’s Progress by David Dabydeen and short fiction by Romesh Gunesekera.
Homi Bhabha’s ‘Manifesto’ for the Reinventing Britain Forum, Caryl Phillips on George Lamming and Sam Selvon and Reeta Chakrabarti on race relations after Stephen Lawrence.
Reviews of Windrush: The Irresistible Rise of Multi-Racial Britain by Mike and Trevor Phillips, The Sandglass by Romesh Gunesekera, Infinite Riches by Ben Okri, Lara by Bernardine Evaristo, The Fire People: A Collection of Contemporary Black British Poets by Lemn Sissay and Richard Dyer reviews the Chris Ofili Exhibition

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