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Wasafiri Bundle – Forty Years of Caribbean Literature

Four issues for just £33, exclusively on the Wasafiri website.

Guest edited by Andil Gosine and Nalini Mohabir, Wasafiri 110: Afterlives of Indenture explores the legacy of indentured workers across the Indo-Caribbean, as well as incarceration in African-American communities, and the diasporic experience. 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.

Exclusively on the Wasafiri website, we're offering a bundle of four issues for £33: Afterlives of Indenture, Wasafiri 74: Brighter Suns: Sixty Years of Literature from Trinidad, Wasafiri 33, and Wasafiri 16: Focus on the Caribbean. Together, these four issues provide a snapshot of forty years of Caribbean literature, with work from Lisa Allen-Agostini, Jamaica Kincaid, Grace Nichols, Pascale Petit, Monique Roffey, and Earl Lovelace.


Cover of Wasafiri 110Wasafiri 11o: Afterlives of Indenture

Editorial Afterlives of Indenture

Interviews Richard Fung and Ramabai Espinet, Basdeo Panday

Articles Afterlives of Chinese Indenture and Patricia Powell’s The Pagoda; Im/possibly Black: The Coolie Poetics of Bazodee

Art Kelly Sinnapah Mary’s Quarantine

Fiction Stephen Narain, Ingrid Persaud

Poetry Linzey Corridon, Faizal Deen, Kaie Kellough, Ann-Margaret Lim, Shani Mootoo, Shivanee Ramlochan

Life Writing Maria del Pilar Kaladeen: Conversing with Gina Miller; Kevin Jared Hosein: The Ghosts of Brechin Castle

Review Essay Memory, Inheritance: Three Recent Works on the Afterlives of Indenture

Reviews Rajiv Mohabir, Antiman: A Hybrid Memoir; Andre Bagoo, The Undiscovered Country; Grace Aneiza Ali, Liminal Spaces: Migration and Women of the Guyanese Diaspora; Celeste-Marie Bernier et. al., Inside the Invisible: Memorialising Slavery and Freedom in the Life and Works of Lubaina Himid

and more..

Wasafiri 74: Brighter Suns: Sixty Years of Literature from Trinidad

Fiction Lisa Allen-Agostini, Debora Alleyne De Gazon, Lawrence Scott and Amanda Smyth

Poems James Christopher Aboud, Abinta Clarke, Alison Gibb, Anu Lakhan and Roger Robinson

Essays Earl Lovelace, Susheila Nasta and Monique Roffey

Articles Indian-Trinidadian women writers, the Ramayana and Indo-Caribbean experience, censorship, Selvon and Caribbean Voices and V S Naipaul

Art Disappearing Houses

Reviews Wayne Brown's The Scent of the Past, Monique Roffey Archipelago, Keith Jardim's Near Open Water: Stories, Bobby Nayyar's West of No East and Haiti Noir edited by Edwidge Danticat

and more...

 

Wasafiri 33

Interviews Maxine Hong Kingston and Atima Srivastava

Fiction Charles Mungoshi and Norvid Parsi

Poems Anthony Kellman, Tabish Khair, E A Markham, Minoli Salgado and Frances Thompson

Art Essay New Impressions of Africa

Articles Joyce Gladwell, Dambodzo Marechera, Gabriel Garcia Marquez's journalism and twentieth century Caribbean literature in retrospect

Reviews Mimi Khalvati's Selected Poems, Lorna Goodison's Guinea Woman, Nuruddin Farah's Yesterday, Tomorrow: Voices From the Somali Diaspora, Zadie Smith's White Teeth and Leone Ross's Orange Laughter

and more...

Cover of Issue 16Wasafiri 16: Focus on the Caribbean

Essay Kamau Brathwaite

Interviews
Jamaica Kincaid and Andrew Salkey

Fiction
Cyril Dabydeen and Marlene Nourbese Philip

Poetry
Fred D’Aguiar and Cyril Dabydeen

Reviews
Lawrence Scott's Witchbroom and Anne Walmsley's The Caribbean Artists' Movement 1966-1972

and more...

 

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