Wasafiri Issue 83

Wasafiri Issue 83

Issue 83: Autumn 2015

Fiction by Manohar Mouli Biswas, Mark Czanik, Lauri Kubuitsile , Bob Van Laerhoven and Nikesh Shukla
Poems by Tara Ballard, Ian Dudley, Francine Elena, Aswini Kumar Mishra, John McKernan and Elisabete Tolaretxipi
Interviews with Nadeem Aslam and Abdus Samad
Articles on the narcotic memes of Bombay in Jeet Thayil's Narcopolis, drawing the visibility and the invisibility of a room: A personal essay and Tan Twan Eng’s The Garden of Evening Mists
Art Essay on Melvin Edwards: The Poetic of the Blacksmith
Reviews of Yasmin Gunaratnam's Death and the Migrant: Bodies, Borders and Care, Charlie Phillips's How Great Thou Art, Minoli Salgado's A Little Dust in the Eyes, Romesh Gunesekera's Noon Tide Toll, Ruth Padel's Learning to Make an Oud in Nazareth, Monique Roffey 'sHouse of Ashes, Okey Ndibe's Foreign Gods, Inc, Deji Olukotun's Nigerians in Space and The Obliterary Journals Volumes 1 and 2 edited Rakesh Khanna and Rashmi Ruth Devadasan
 

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