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Description: Callaloo, the premier African and African-American literary journal,
publishes original works by and critical studies of black writers worldwide.
The journal offers a rich mixture of fiction, poetry, plays, critical essays,
cultural studies, interviews, and visual art. Frequent annotated bibliographies,
special thematic issues, and original art and photography are some of the features
of this highly acclaimed international showcase of arts and letters. Special
issues on Haiti and on Puerto Rican Women Writers have received awards from the
Council of Editors of Learned Journals and the Association of American Publishers
Professional Scholarly Publishing Division.
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