Dawn: Imaginary Peaks

Dawn: Imaginary Peaks

Imaginary Peaks Katie Ives USA Maps are instruments of knowledge, science, and faith. One trusts the ability of the mapmakers and their associates to measure the terrain accurately, and then to render on paper what exists in three dimensions. Also, one has to trust...
Dawn: In Every Mirror She’s Black

Dawn: In Every Mirror She’s Black

Excerpt: In Every Mirror She’s Black Lola Akinmade Åkerström Sweden Told through the perspectives of three Black women in Sweden, internationally-acclaimed and bestselling In Every Mirror She’s Black is a fast-paced, richly nuanced yet accessible...
War & Peace: An Interview with Paul Kenyon

War & Peace: An Interview with Paul Kenyon

An Interview with Paul Kenyon Richard Ali Nigeria I’ve often thought that the interview is a separate genre of literature, right up the with the trio of poetry, prose and drama, above ‘genre’ in the narrow American sense where just about everything gets the label....
War & Peace: An Interview With Yan Wang Preston

War & Peace: An Interview With Yan Wang Preston

Yan Wang Preston: Interview and Images Matthew Webb England The Yangtze River begins in Tibet and runs the length of China, dissecting the nation into North and South. At 6380 km long, it is the longest river in Asia and the third longest in the world. Its route has...
Lost: In Conversation with Andrew Evans

Lost: In Conversation with Andrew Evans

In Conversation with Andrew Evans Ernest White II USA Sunlight streams through the plate glass windows of The Dupont Circle Hotel’s elegant café on a Thursday during the quiet time between lunch and happy hour. A pair of besuited men laugh a little too loudly for so...
Weekend Reading: Book Review

Weekend Reading: Book Review

Review: Breakfast for Alligators Madhushree Ghosh USA From Tipped Hat Press comes a staggering explosion of travel through the Americas, a collection of 32 information-packed essays by traveller, essayist, and blogger, Darrin DuFord, Breakfast for Alligators: Quests,...
Weekend Reading: Book Review

Weekend Reading: Book Review

Book Review: Climbing Days Shivanee Ramlochan Trinidad and Tobago EXPLORE OUR QUARTERLY ISSUE SUNDAY MAGAZINE: 23 OCTOBER Poetry Artist as diplomat Robbi Nester USA Poetry The painting Chika Onyenezi Nigeria Eaten Cool Enough Leslie Hsu Oh USA Support...
Weekend Reading: Book Review

Weekend Reading: Book Review

Book Review: An unreliable guide to London Shivanee Ramlochan Trinidad and Tobago Lord Kitchener, the late Trinidadian calypsonian, arrived in England on the Empire Windrush in 1948, with several songs in his back pocket. Kitchener, a then fresh-faced young man, not...