Wasafiri Bundle – Crisis/Recovery

Exclusively on the Wasafiri website, purchase 4 titles for just £33 – plus a Wasafiri tote bag.

Wasafiri 107, explores crises both personal and collective and reaches towards new possibilities of renewal, resistance and recovery. For this special bundle, we looked back through our archive to highlight issues that all speak to this dual theme in unique ways: our special issues on Hong Kong writing and contemporary Brazilian literature, and the 'Refuge' issue from 2018, which examines asylum, exile and migration. These four issues draw together writing on resistance and survival in the wake of change.


107: Crisis/Recovery

Autumn 2021

Interviews with Paul Mendez, Niven Govinden, Ivan Vladislavić, Arundhati Roy
Essays on J M Coetzee; Yvonne Vera; Female Friendships and Feminist Ethics of Care in Tabish Khair's Just Another Jihadi Jane
Art essays on Painting the Sea and Sky, Pandemic Vicissitudes and Contemporary Art in Singapore
Fiction by Michelle Hamadache, Karina Lickorish Quinn
Poetry by Hala Alyan, Cecilia Knapp, Shakespeare Okuni, Celia A Sorhaindo
Life Writing by Jessica Gaitán Johannesson, S J Kim
Review Essay  on Writing Watersheds: Climate, Prejudice, and Paranoia
Reviews of Women Dreaming, Salma (trans. Meena Kandasamy); Travelling while Black, Nanjala Nyabola; Antiemetic for Homesickness, Romalyn Ante and more

Issue 93: Refuge

Spring 2018

Interviews with Karen McCarthy Woolf, Sophie Herxheimer
Essays on refuge by Giles Duley, Margaret Toolan, Rod Edmond, Samantha Hudson, Sophie Mayer
Fiction by Julia Bell, Selma Dabbagh, Mireille Gansel
Poetry by Bidisha, Hassan Blasim, Olumide Popoola, Lisa Luxx, Saba Vasefi
Reviews of Kim Schultz Three Days in Damascus; Rana Abdulfattah Tiger and Clay: Syria Fragments and more


91: Writing Hong Kong

Autumn 2017

Fiction by Cindy Lam, Michael Tsang, Dorothy Tse and Denis Wong
Poems by Shirley Geok-lin Lim, Henry W Leung, Nicholas WongInterviews with Nicholas Wong and Xu XiArticles on Hong Kong Comics, post-1997 Expatriate Writing in Hong Kong, and the poetry of Jennifer Wong and Sarah Howe
Art essay on street protests in Hong KongReviews of Madeleine Thien's Do Not Say We Have Nothing, Xiaolu Guo's Once Upon a Time in the East, Hannah Lowe's Chan, Nikesh Shuka's The Good Immigrant, and more


82: The Brazilian Contemporary

Summer 2015

Fiction by Susana Fuentes, Leila Guenther, Joâo Gilberto Noll, Ana Paula Maia, Elvira Vigna and Paloma Vidal
Poems by Josely Vianna Baptista, Paulo Henriques Britto, Marilia Garcia, Ferreira Gullar, Nuno Ramos and Marcos SiscarInterviews with Sérgio de Carvalho and Marcelo Marisola
Articles on the idea of a nation and literary tradition in Brazilian literary criticism, the tombeau of the Avant-gardes, translating Brazil and Pixação and Tourist Appraisal
Art essay on Arthur Bispo do Rosário
Reviews of Hilda Hilst's The Obscene Madame D, Lydia Fagundes Telles 's The Girl in the Photograph, Rachel de Queiroz's O Quinze, and more

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