restricted access   Volume 38, Number 2, Spring 2015

Table of Contents

Poetry

Birth, mark, and: Niggas in Paris

pp. 386-388
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Leaving Chicago

p. 394
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Sailor, and: Boxing Lessons

pp. 381-383
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To the Grandmother Who Mistook Me for a Boy

p. 358
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5,000 Translations, and: Manifesto of Shame

pp. 391-393
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(I Am) My Father’s Son

p. 395
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Funeral Rites, and: Notes to an Explorer

pp. 379-380
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As A Woman Collects Leaves, and: Spring Moths, and: Whirl, and: July Street, and: Stillness, and: At The Eastern Market: Asiatic Lilies, and: The Treachery of Dream, and: Storks to Ouarzazate, and: African America

pp. 321-323
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Córdoba: Mezquita, and: Vermont: Fish & Wildlife, and: Enchanters of Addison County

pp. 253-254
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Bearden’s “Realm of Shades”, and: Aerial View: Jackson State College

pp. 297-303
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Half-Watching the Team USA FIBA Scrimmage Late Night August 1, 2014

pp. 356-357
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Prelude

pp. 384-385
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Scheherazade’s Dream, and: Metastasis

pp. 389-390
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Fiction

How to Lose Yourself

pp. 341-344
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Wasting the Light

pp. 375-377
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Dee’s Hiding Place

pp. 345-349
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Nothing Was the Same

pp. 365-374
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Graham Greene

pp. 243-252
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That Polite Way That English People Have

pp. 282-287
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Bourbon for Breakfast

pp. 288-294
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Tick: Three Vignettes

pp. 295-296
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Nonfiction

Introduction

p. 378
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Rites and Reasons

pp. 360-364
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From This Place

pp. 336-340
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Pick Your Family

pp. 350-355
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Interviews

An Interview with Myronn Hardy

pp. 306-320
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An Interview with Andrea Levy

pp. 258-281
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Book Reviews

Black Women and Politics in New York City by Julie A. Gallagher (review)

pp. 416-418
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Whiting Up: Whiteface Minstrels & Stage Europeans in African American Performance by Marvin McAllister (review)

pp. 411-416
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Boy of the Border by Arna Bontemps and Langston Hughes (review)

pp. 398-401
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New York and Toronto Novels after Postmodernism: Explorations of the Urban by Caroline Rosenthal (review)

pp. 401-405
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Transatlantic Spectacles of Race: The Tragic Mulatta and the Tragic Muse by Kimberly Snyder Manganelli (review)

pp. 405-408
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East African Hip Hop: Youth Culture and Globalization by Mwenda Ntarangwi (review)

pp. 418-421
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Stones Tell Stories at Osu: Memories of a Host Community of the Danish Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade by H. Nii-Adziri Wellington (review)

pp. 422-424
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Family Money: Property, Race, and Literature in the Nineteenth Century by Jeffory Clymer (review)

pp. 408-411
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Contributors

pp. 425-430
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