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Wasafiri’s goal is to discover, support, and promote the world’s best new writing to create a globe-spanning group of readers committed to seeing the world in all its breadth. 

2023 begins with Wasafiri 113, which features the 2022 Queen Mary Wasafiri New Writing Prize winners, and a lead feature, ‘Remembering Sara Suleri’, as well as the winning entry from the 2022 Wasafiri Essay Prize. Our summer special issue Wasafiri 114: Windrush: Writing the Scandalguest-edited by Henghameh Saroukhani and John McLeod, examines the aesthetic and political consequences of writing the Windrush scandal, featuring key writers and thinkers across genres and disciplines. In the autumn, Wasafiri 115our second general issue of the year, features our usual mix of academic articles, fiction, life writing, poetry, interviews, and reviews. Finally, our winter special, Wasafiri 116: Southeast Asia and the Littoral, guest-edited by Nazry Bahrawi, Joanne Leow, and Y-Dang Troeung, aims to capture the elusive and mutable nature of these ecologies and landscapes through conversations with communities of artists and scholars in Southeast Asia.

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