Guest edited by Elinam Agbo, this special online issue of The Kenyon Review centers on the experiences of Black individuals and communities grappling with limited infrastructure, health care systems, archival records, personal histories, grief, climate change, and the wounds of colonialism. Inspired by the historical erasure and ongoing violence against Black lives, the issue features nonfiction by b ferguson, Edil Hassan, Erica N. Cardwell, Rickey Fayne, Ariana Benson, and Jenise Miller, alongside fiction by Leila Renee, alex terrell, N.K. Iguh, Melissa Beneche, Jeneé Skinner, Allison Noelle Conner, and Mathapelo Mofokeng.
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