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Issue 113, 2014

Table of Contents

What is Africa to me now?

guest edited by Bénédicte Ledent and Daria Tunca

Announcement

p. v

Articles

Introduction

What is Africa to me now?: the continent and its literary diasporas

pp. vi-10

Negotiating Africa Now

pp. 11-24

The Path between Two Points: Malian adventures in France

pp. 25-43

An Afropean Travel Narrative

pp. 44-51

The Newly Black Americans: African immigrants and black America

pp. 52-71

Fiction

Happiness

pp. 72-81

“Some Connection with the Place”: exploring displacement and belonging with Jackie Kay

pp. 82-101

Islands

pp. 102-109

Poetry

We Eat Cold Eels and Think Distant Thoughts

p. 110

Straddling Shifting Spheres: a conversation with David Chariandy

pp. 111-127

Fiction

Excerpt from Brother: a forthcoming novel

pp. 128-135

Poetry

Burial Ground

p. 136

Legacies of Fear: from Rodney King’s beating to Trayvon Martin’s death

pp. 137-143

Remembering SA-I-GU: an interview with Dai Sil Kim-Gibson

pp. 144-152

The Luminance of Guilt: on lives through the lens of apocalypse

pp. 153-170

Notes on Contributors

pp. 171-175

Research Areas

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