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XCP: Cross Cultural Poetics 21-22

"South Africa: Literature and Social Movements," a double issue dedicated to the memory of Dennis Brutus, meditates on literature, culture, politics and daily life in post-Apartheid South Africa.…


XCP: Cross Cultural Poetics 23

A feature section "Social Studies" features work by Tyrone Williams, Soham Patel, Kate Eichorn, John-Michael Rivera, Hilton Obenzinger, Don Mee Choi, Mahmoud Darwish (tr. Saifedean Ammous), Adrienne…


XCP: Cross Cultural Poetics 19

Several photo-dossiers on "Globalizing Protest" by Oliver Ressler feature throughout the issue. The special section is "Yet Citizen are You?" with poetry, essays, and prose by Scott Bear Don't Walk,…


XCP: Cross Cultural Poetics 18

Theme section "News that Stays" includes contributions by Adrienne Rich, Jaswinder Bolina, Rodrigo Toscano, Paula Boniolo and Rodolfo Elbert, Amiri Baraka, Bill King, Kenny Tanemura, Patricia Smith,…


XCP: Cross Cultural Poetics 17

A special section "Public Language & Dreamstories" features work by Katherine McKittrick, M. NourbeSe Philip, Roger Farr, Kamau Brathwaite, Michael Davidson, Fred Wah, and Opal Palmer Adisa. Reviews…


XCP: Cross Cultural Poetics 15–16

A double issue split into "State/Capital" and "Word." "State/Capital" includes contributions from Giles Goodland, Grace Lee Boggs (interview), Amiri Baraka, the Movement of Unemployed Workers, Kendra…


XCP: Cross Cultural Poetics 14

"Third Millennium Red" features poetry and essay by Emelihter Kihleng, Rod Hernandez, Rita Wong, Radha D'Souza, Kevin Coval, Kamau Brathwaite, Tyrone Williams, Bob Harrison, Toni Solo, Louis Cabri,…


XCP: Cross Cultural Poetics 13

"Poet's Theatre/People's Theatre" features contributions by Alan Filewood, Beth Cleary, Amiri Baraka, Beth Cherne, Sparrow, Gabrielle Civil, Josephine Lee, Tracie Morris, and Bob Holman. Reviews by…