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Recent Publication – sx salon 29: “Windrush”

sx salon
Issue 29
October 2018

In their final issue of 2018, sx salon focused on 2018 as a Windrush year, what it meant for the Windrush generation and on “diverse perceptive on the precarious lives of the Windrush generation” (Introduction). This issue raises, and grapples with, questions of how to be in Caribbean diaspora.

sx salon: a small axe literary platform is a digital forum for innovative critical and creative explorations of Caribbean literature, broadly defined. Caribbean creative writing has always wrestled with the idea of an aesthetic form that engages regional and diasporic understandings of our changing realities. As a forum, sx salon aims to stimulate these sensibilities and preoccupations across different literary genres. Initiated in 2010, sx salon appears three times per year (February, June, and October) and publishes literary discussions, interviews with writers, reviews of new publications (creative and scholarly), and poetry and prose by Caribbean writers.

Table of Contents

Kelly Baker Josephs, Introduction and Table of Contents

Reviews

Discussion—Windrush

Poetry

Interview