Through the work of poets and visual artists Anaïs Duplan and Golden, we are offered the opportunity to see this world clearly—which is to say in history and in relation—as a way to envision another, a liberation beyond accomplishment, a nation so “new new new” it’s no nation at all.
We encourage enthusiastic readers and listeners to engage more deeply with Anaïs Duplan's work by purchasing his books. Duplan's Blackspace: On the Poetics of an Afrofuture is available from Black Ocean and Take This Stallion from Brooklyn Arts Presse.
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