New Issue: sx salon (May 2012)



The May issue of sx salon is now available, featuring new poetry, an excerpt from Diana McCaulay’s new novel, interviews with Earl Lovelace and Sandra Pouchet Paquet, reviews and a discussion on “Elizabeth Nunez’s Anna Novels” with pieces from Stephen Narain, Donette Francis and Elizabeth Nunez.

sx salon 9 (May 2012)
Introduction and Table of Contents

Reviews
Pao, by Kerry Young—Tzarina T. Prater
Caribbean Literature and the Public Sphere, by Raphael Dalleo—Faith Smith
Haiti: The Aftershocks of History, by Laurent Dubois—Jeremy M. Glick
The Afro-Latin@ Reader, edited by Miriam Jiménez Román and Juan Flores—Yvette Fuentes

Discussion—Elizabeth Nunez’s Anna Novels
The Resolution Will Not Be Theorized—Stephen Narain
The Boundaries of a Space In Between—Donette Francis
The Two Anna Novels: A Response—Elizabeth Nunez

Poetry
Arturo Desimone
Summer Edward
Erika Jeffers

Prose
Zachary’s Arrival, Part II—Diana McCaulay

Interviews
“This Is How I Know Myself”: A Conversation with Sandra Pouchet Paquet—Sheryl Gifford
An Interview with Earl Lovelace: Reflections on the 1970 Trinidad and Tobago Black Power Movement in Earl Lovelace’s Is Just a Movie—Sophie Megan Harris

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