Transnational Literature
Issue 13, Oct 2021
Special Edition: Follow the Sun
Current issue

Black Pelican by Catherine Okoronkwo

Bordering Heritage by Dan O’Carroll

Rows of Lavender by Amber Duivenvoorden

Finding Community through Writing - Follow the Sun

Kenyan Poetry: An Introduction by Ngwatilo Mawiyoo

Three Poems by Ngwatilo Mawiyoo

Those corn-dwellers, they by Alexis Teyie

Balconies by Bethuel Muthee

Grey Latitudes by Michelle K. Angwenyi

Featured Poet - Water & Other Poems by Len Verwey

A Bible Story by Angela Costi

Ferienhaus Kaapes, Holsthum by John Glenday

Anachronistic Translations by Joshua Ip

Grains of Memories by Ngoi Hui Chien

Succession of Planning, Northern Rivers, Australia, January 2020 by Rosanna Licari

The Larger World by Nancy Anne Miller

Plan B Audio by Jane Joritz-Nakagawa - Reviewed by Pam Brown

Scatterlings by Rešoketšwe Manenzhe - Reviewed by Kristien Potgieter

The Subtweet by Vivek Shraya - Reviewed by Asma Sayed and Jacqueline Walker

Lightseekers by Femi Kayode - Reviewed by Saliha Haddad

I Don’t Expect Anyone to Believe Me by Juan Pablo Villalobos - Reviewed by Jayne Marshall

Casteism by Manoranjan Byapari - Translated by Somdatta Mandal

Nach Westen by Annemarie Schwarzenbach - Translated by Padraig Rooney

Learning to Bake by Janhavi Acharekar

Passport Control by Nudrat Siddiqui

The Crossing by Csilla Toldy

Are We Just Here for Saying by Nicholas Jose

Bordering Heritage by Dan O’Carroll

Third Culture Kids: Detachment, Adolescence, and Yann Martel’s Self  by Antje Rauwerda

Transnational Writing to Aminatta Forna by Jessica Sanfilippo-Schulz

Third Culture Kids and Privilege by Antje Rauwerda

Water Thy Shadow by Isaac Oine Ugbabe

Black Pelican by Catherine Okoronkwo

Rows of Lavender by Amber Duivenvoorden

Letting Go: A Prayer by Misbah Ahmed

Vámonos by Sherezade García Rangel

The Daily Haiku: Introduction by Amanda White

The Daily Haiku: The UK by Helene Guojah

The Daily Haiku: South Africa by Eric McLachlan

The Daily Haiku: India by Amita Paul

The Daily Haiku: Australia by Cathryn Stone

The Daily Haiku: The USA by Neetu Malik

The Daily Haiku: The UK by Elizabeth Tunstall