Anthology: A Lot To Live Up ToBy Paul Charles Griffin
The writing coming out of Africa today has an unparalleled urgency.
Fiction: Greater World SystemsBy J.W. McCormack
Books draw on books to get themselves written and this can be a problem.
Nonfiction: Correspondence From The StruggleBy Win Clevenger
The kernel of a great book in Letters From Black America is clear in its first five entries, heart-rending letters by slaves to the loved ones they had been sold away from.
Fiction: Constraints Of QuirkBy Jon Curley
Quirk has become a mainstay of contemporary fiction and also something of a malady.
Memoir: RemixBy Ben Mirov
Cheeni Raos In Hanumans Hands is a fictional memoir that treads familiar ground with various nuances that set it apart from its precursors.
Fiction: Telling No Tall Tales About AfricaBy Anis Shivani
There are at least four kinds of stories in this extremely rewarding collection
Rapid TransitBy Jeffrey Cyphers Wright
At 21, Jack Spicer joined Kenneth Rexroths inner sanctum in San Francisco.
TokensBy Dan Fall, Dan Fall, and Renee E. D'Aoust
Takes us into the heart of political influence on civilian life in Morocco, exploring issues of sexuality, ambition, religion, love, and family.