Issue 36: Summer 2002
Writing in Britain: Shifting Geographies
|Maya Jaggi interviews Maggie Gee.|
|Fiction by E A Markham, Aosaf Afzal and a memoir by Aamer Hussein.|
|Poetry by Norvid Parsi and Erica Warburton.|
|Alison Donnell, John McLeod, Sandra Courtman and Andy Wood on Black British writing.|
Mike Phillips reviews A New World Order: Selected Essays by Caryl Phillips and East of Acre Lane by Alex Wheatley. Also reviews of Why Don’t You Stop Talking by Jackie Kay, Half A Life by V S Naipaul, Gabriel’s Gift by Hanif Kureishi and the artwork of Mohini Chandra.