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In Jayna Brown’s Black Utopias, Emma Hanson discovers that the speculative practices and philosophies of Black creatives destabilise current understandings of the ‘human’, ‘knowledge’ and ‘existence’, instead redefining them and envisaging futures past from the privileged position of the periphery.
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Our writer, Sammy Weaver, creates a thrillingly imaginative response to the Barbican’s recent feminist literary festival, New Suns, and reimagines words as seeds, bodies as earth and people as lichens.
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