sx salon 28 is now available online. Please see their introduction and table of contents below.
Between mass media reports and social media reporting on the vulnerabilities and disasters of global proportions today, it is difficult to believe that literature, and literature about literature, still deserves our energy and attention. In the midst of the dire need for action that eases human suffering, one might ask, What is the point of reading speculative fiction? Or analyzing discourses of race and sexuality in the nineteenth century? This issue of sx salon does not set out to answer such questions—perhaps there are no definitive answers—but rather to offer evidence that this work exists, persists, and resists with an astonishing breadth and depth of imagination and analysis.
In this issue, we publish an extended reviews section. As such, we offer a snapshot of the myriad ways Caribbean communities have visioned, and continue…
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