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Okike: A Nigerian Journal of New Writing ([Vol. I,] No. 1, April 1971)
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Okike: A Nigerian Journal of New Writing ([Vol. I,] No. 1, April 1971)

by Achebe, Chinua (editor)

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Enugu, Nigeria: Nwankwo-Ifejika & Co. Publishers Ltd, 1971. Okeke, Uche. Okike: A Nigerian Journal of New Writing ([Vol. I,] No. 1, April 1971). Enugu, Nigeria: Nwankwo-Ifejika & Co. Publishers Ltd., 1971.The rare first issue of Okike, a forum for African art, fiction and poetry founded and edited by Chinua Achebe. Achebe, noted Nigerian novelist, poet, educator and critic, began the magazine just after the Nigerian-Biafran War as a vehicle for new and established African writers; it was the longest surviving journal of literature on the African continent. This issue features three poems by Dennis Brutus, South African activist, educator, journalist and poet, as well as vignettes and drawings by Uche Okeke, noted illustrator, painter, sculptor and educator. Okeke co-founded the Zaria Art Society in 1958 and served as head of the Fine Arts Department at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka from 1971 to 1985. There are also notes on all contributors.9.75" x 7.25" Pp. 56. Stapled pictorial wrappers. Light… Read More
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Okike: An African Journal of New Writing (Vol. I, No. 2, December 1971)
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by Achebe, Chinua (editor)

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Enugu, Nigeria: Nwankwo-Ifejika & Co. Publishers Ltd, 1971. Okike: An African Journal of New Writing (Vol. I, No. 2, December 1971). Enugu, Nigeria/New York, NY: Nwankwo-Ifejika & Co. Publishers/Africana Publishing Corporation, 1971.The rare second issue of Okike, a forum for African art, fiction and poetry founded and edited by Chinua Achebe. Achebe, noted Nigerian novelist, poet, educator and critic, began the magazine just after the Nigerian-Biafran War as a vehicle for new and established African writers; it was the longest surviving journal of literature on the African continent. This issue features three poems by Dennis Brutus, South African activist, educator, journalist and poet, as well as small vignettes and drawings and notes on all contributors.9.75" x 7.25" Pp. 44. Stapled pictorial wrappers. Small stain to one leaf, tiny corner dogear throughout, else near fine. # 53742.
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Outlaws of Amerika: Communiques from the Weather Underground

Outlaws of Amerika: Communiques from the Weather Underground

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New York, NY: The Liberated Guardian, 1971. Outlaws of Amerika: Communiques from the Weather Underground. New York, New York: The Liberated Guardian, 1971. This uncommon publication was issued to celebrate the first anniversary of the Weather Underground, a militant far-left organization originally organized as a splinter faction of the SDS. Per its first page: "We publish this pamphlet in the hope that reading the communiques together will remind the overground of its responsibilities both to the underground in this country and to the world revolution." Rich with black and white cartoons, illustrations and photographic images, the work documents the group's activities, including a bombing by the "Proud Eagle Tribe, a group of revolutionary women" in Boston and another in New York in support of Puerto Rican liberation. 7.5" x 5.25". Stapled pictorial wrappers. Pp. 48. Two half-inch tears to rear wrap extending to last few leaves, not affecting any text; wrappers slightly browned; tiny inked price… Read More
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