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Volume 1, Numbers 1 & 2

The Home Issue
Volume 1, Numbers 1 & 2
Desh Pradesh Conference '91 · Violence Against Women · South Asian Women and Film · Indo-Caribbean Theatre · Lesbian and Gay Identities · Home - A Conversation · Cover Art and Artist Run Centre by Amir Ali Alibhai · Interview with Srinivas Krishna · Poetry by Ian Iqbal Rashid · Review of Memory and Desire (visual art show)

 

Volume 1, Number 3

The Film and Video Issue
Volume 1, Number 3
Cover Art by Geeta Saxena · Interviews with Anand Patwardhan, Om Puri and Akesh Gill · Two Takes on Srinivas Krishna's Masala · Gita Saxena's Identity Quest · Michelle Mohabeer, Filmmaker in Exile · Artist Run Centre by Leila Sujir · Reviews of the Vancouver Film Festival, Of Customs and Excise (fiction), and Mississippi Masala (film) · About Face, About Frame Conference

 

Volume 1, Number 4

The Body Issue
Volume 1, Number 4
Cover Art by Kauser Nigita · Struggling to Represent Our Bodies · Interviews with Neil Bissoondath and Alistair Raphael · Referendum in Québec · Artist Run Centre by Ashok Mathur · Short Fiction by R. Niche · Art and the Interaction of Communities · Reviews of Eyes of Stone, Something Like a War, and Kamlabai (films); to visit the tiger (visual arts show); Racial Minority Writers Committee of the Writers' Union of Canada (conference); and Inglish: Writing with an Accent (conference); A Sari Tale and Hair Scare (videos)

 

 

Volume 2, Numbers 1 & 2

The Roots Issue
Volume 2, Numbers 1 & 2
Cover Art by Sarindar Dhaliwal · The History of South Asian Immigration to British Columbia · Remembering the Komagata Maru · Archival Project by Inderjit Kohal · Profile of Vancouver Sath · Interviews with Rohinton Mistry and Trichy Sankaran · Artist Run Centre by Shauna Beharry · Personal Journeys, Personal Views of Alia Syed (filmmaker); Ayisha Abraham (visual artist); Roger Sinha (dancer); Sur Mehat (visual artist) · Short Fiction by Shani Mootoo · Poetry by Damian Lopes and Sadhu Binning · Reviews of A Suitable Boy (fiction); Chandralekha (dance); Telling Relations: Sexuality and the Family (visual art); A Balancing Act: Family and Work (video); Latifa & Himli's Nomadic Uncle (film); Desh Pardesh, 1993 (conference); National Association of Women and the Law (conference)

 

Volume 2, Number 3

The Literature Issue
Volume 2, Number 3
New writing by Bharati Mukherjee (The Holder of the World) and MG Vassanji (The Book of Secrets) · Interview with Ven Begamudré · Ragas from the Periphery: Artist Run Centre by Phindar Dulai · Reviews of Culture and Imperialism by Edward Said; A Lotus of Many Colours (gay and lesbian anthology); Horse of the Sun, Maya Memsaab and The Burning Season (film)

 

Volume 2, Number 4

The Visual Arts Issue
Volume 2, Number 4
Guest Editor: Amir Ali Alibhai
Cover Art by Ranjan Sen · Interview with filmmaker Gurinder Chadha · Hair of the Dog?: Contemporary South Asian Visual Arts in Great Britain · Off Colour: Curating Beyond Race · Self Not Whole: Curating within Community · Indian Aphorisms: Artist Run Centre by Allan de Souza · New Fiction by Farah Jehangir Tejani · Reviews of Shani Mootoo's Photocopies & Videotapes, the South Asian Gallery at the Met and Desh Pardesh

 

Volume 3, Number 1

The Food Issue
Volume 3, Number 1
Guest Editor: Yasmin Ladha
Cover Art and painted photographs by Shirin Neshat · Food, Poetics and Startle by Aritha van Herk, Ven Begamudré, Anita Rau Badami, Weyman Chan, Lakshmi Kannan, Ann Birch, Anees Jung, Sadru Jetha and Mina Kumar · Excerpts from a work in progress by Smaro Kambour · Interview with filmmaker Shyam · Art by Donna James · Poetry by Sujuta Bhatt · Review of Our Feet Walk the Sky: Women of the South Asian Diaspora (anthology of writings by American South Asian women)

 

Volume 3, Number 2

The Film and Video Issue II
Volume 3, Number 2
Interviews with actor/activist Shabana Azmi; documentary-makers Ali Kazimi & Anand Patwardan; and visual artist Vivan Sundaram · Reviews of Narmada: A Valley Rises by Ali Kazimi (film); Bandit Queen by Shekhar Kapur (film); Beyond Destinations (film and video) curated by Ian Iqbal Rashid; two videos by Julian Samuel; and an asian film programme curated by L.Somi Roy · Sheyfali Saujani visits with her Meena Foyba · Review of Her Mother's Ashes edited by Nurjehan Aziz (anthology of writings by Canadian South Asian women)

 

Volume 3, Number 3

The Queer Issue
Volume 3, Number 3
Guest Editor: Ian Iqbal Rashid 
Feature photographer Lianne Harris' small duotoned portraits of Pratibha Parmar, Johann Insanally, Cathay Che and Tanya Sayed · Gayatrai Gopinath on a Queer South Asian Planet · Queer Screen with Pratibha Parmar & Zahid Dar · Alistair Raphael's haunting Interrupt · Barbie Goes South Asian in colour with Adrienne Vasanti Salgado and Ian Iqbal Rashid—plus Anita Kaushik's Oriental Mistress, Plastic Passions full-colour digital collage · Shyam Selvadurai's Funny Boy · Shani Mootoo's Her Sweetness Lingers

 

Volume 3, Number 4

The Publications Issue
Volume 3, Number 4
Browsing the Racks: Rungh takes a look at the South Asian periodical scene by Zool Suleman and Sherazad Jamal · Bissoondath · The Home Poems by Sadhu Binning · Jerry Gill interviews Cornershop · Andrew Sun talks with Ristesh Das of the Toronto Tabla Ensemble ·Shelly Bahl's Noble Women Smoking the Hookah · Reviews of Deepa Mehta, Julian Samuel, Larissa Lai and others

 

 

Volume 3, Number 4

The Racism Issue
Volume 4, Numbers 1 & 2
Cover art by Winslow Delaney · Anti-Racist Work in the Classroom by Louise Saldanha and Aruna Srivastava · Aboriginal women & women of colour working together · Everyday People by Hiren Mistr · KRS-1 and signs of blackness · Poetry by Wayde Compton, Rajinderpal S. Pal, De Poonani Posse, S. Ramnath and Minal Hajratwala · Fiction from Marwan Hassan, Himani Bannerji, kevin d*souza and Arif Noorani, Rabindranath Maharaj and Phinder Dulai

 

 

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