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"[E]ssential for libraries with special collections on Africa, African Americans, or travel writing." - Library Journal

 "I cannot wait to see what future issues bring; this is a publication that deserves a large audience." - Small Magazine Review
 
 

The Journal of African Travel-Writing (ISSN 1085-9527) is a semi-annual print journal presenting and analyzing accounts of past and contemporary African travel. Its specific aim is to explore Africa as a site of narrative; its general aim is to publish good writing that invites and rewards the reader's attention. JATW publishes scholarly articles (literary, historical, and sociological critiques are of particular interest to the editors), true narratives, primary materials, fiction, poetry, reviews, and other written artifacts related to African travel. Contributors are writers, scholars, and travellers worldwide.


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