Celebrate Wasafiri 110: Afterlives of Indenture in Toronto on July 5
By Wasafiri Editor on July 4, 2022 in
Wasafiri is delighted to present this celebration of Wasafiri 110: Afterlives of Indenture, taking place on July 5, at AGO Jackman Hall in Toronto. The launch is presented by guest editors Andil Gosine and Nalini Mohabir, and features Wasafiri contributors Faizal Deen, Ramabai Espinet, Richard Fung, and Shani Mootoo, plus special guests Andre Basheir, Linzey Corridon, Kaie Kellough, Ann-Margaret Lim, Kaneesha Parsard, Tzarina Peter, Shivanee Ramlochan, and Amilcar Sanatan.
Entry is free, and copies of Wasafiri 110 will be available for purchase. If you’re in Toronto, don’t miss this incredible chance to celebrate the issue, and pick up your own copy.
Guest edited by Andil Gosine and Nalini Mohabir, Wasafiri 110: Afterlives of Indenture explores the lives of indentured workers across the Caribbean, and the experiences of those in the diaspora. With fiction from Ingrid Persuad and Stephen Narain, a conversation between Richard Fung and Ramabai Espinet, life writing from Maria del Pilar Kaladeen, and more, Wasafiri 110 is testament to the legacy that indentureship leaves, and the ways in which affected communities process and reclaim their histories.
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