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skip to main content main navigation (1) people sx live small axe sx salon sx visualities sx archipelagos literary competition menu small axe project small axe projectorganization ↓timeline ↓ “if you are a big tree, we are a small axe.” so goes a jamaican proverb, famously popularized by bob marley. it is a proverb with wide caribbean resonance: a “small axe” is a subaltern agency of criticism. the inspiring ethos that informs this idea is that relatively marginal voices of creativity and dissent can have disproportionate critical effects at least insofar as they remain responsive and attuned to the changing contexts of our caribbean life in the global world. we aim to embody this ethos. thus the aim of the small axe project is to participate both in the renewal of practices of intellectual and cultural criticism in the caribbean and in the expansion and revision of the scope and horizons of such criticism. we acknowledge of course a tradition of criticism in and about the regional and diasporic caribbean. we want to honor that tradition but also to argue with it, because in our view it is in and through such argument that a tradition renews itself, that it carries on its quarrel with the overlapping generations of itself: at once retaining and revising the boundaries of its identity, sustaining and altering the shape of its self-image, defending and resisting its conceptions of history and community. it seems to us that many of the conceptions that guided the formation of our caribbean modernities—conceptions of class, gender, nation, culture, race, for example, as well as conceptions of sovereignty, development, and democracy—are in need of substantial rethinking. the concrete expression of this ethos of generative rethinking to which we are committed is embodied in the four platforms that now comprise the small axe project: small axe, sx salon, sx visualities, and sx archipelagos. each is distinct in the objects they focus on or the media they deploy; but they are all effectively the overlapping idioms of one interconnected and reflexive project whose overall collective objective is to participate in stimulating, expanding, and deepening the critical conversation about the mentalities and sensibilities and practices that constitute our caribbean intellectual and cultural traditions. people ˆ ˇ contact recent works contact: recent works: advisory board sx live 01.19.2017 01.19.2017 coming out, coming home 18 january 2017 ground-breaking exhibition of queer caribbean art at belfast by guest blogger, andre bagoo no matter what country you are from, one thing we all remember is playing with our parents’ stuff as kids. boys put on their mother’s heels; girls walk in daddy’s big shoes. jorge pineda’s installation giguapa returns us to those early moments of freedom. david scott receives distinguished editor prize 5 january 2017 please join us in congratulating david scott whose editing of small axe: a caribbean journal of criticism has been recognized by the council of editors of learned journals as the winner of its distinguished editor prize. there will be an award ceremony at the upcoming modern language association convention in philadelphia this week. you can read more about the prize here.  praise for small axe: …see other posts announcements kaiama l. glover presents marie chauvets "dance on the volcano" 19 january 2017 duke press announces david scott's celj distinguished editor award 9 january 2017 the idea of hispanophone caribbean studies: a small axe conversation 9 december 2016 caribbean queer visualities: a small axe project 10 november 2016 small axeexplore ↓ sx 50: 07.2016 a caribbean journal of criticism small axe is our peer-reviewed print journal. it is the inaugural of our four platforms. a journal of criticism conceived in the tradition of a long line of independent caribbean journal projects, small axe is committed to rethinking the dominant narratives through which the regional and diasporic caribbean have been imagined and conceptualized. taking into account anglophone, francophone, and hispanophone intellectual and cultural traditions, the journal aims to offer a platform for the expansion of critical caribbean dialogues. small axe is published by duke university press three times per year, in march, july, and november. sx salonexplore ↓ a small axe literary platform our digital forum for innovative critical and creative explorations of caribbean literature, broadly defined. caribbean creative writing has always wrestled with the idea of an aesthetic form that engages regional and diasporic understandings of our changing realities. as a forum, sx salon aims to stimulate these sensibilities and preoccupations across different literary genres. initiated in 2010, sx salon appears three times per year (february, june, and october). we publish literary discussions, interviews with writers, reviews of new publications (creative and scholarly), and poetry and prose by caribbean writers.   “if i could write this in fire, i would write this in fire.” – michelle cliff editor kelly baker josephs book review editor vanessa k. valdés sx visualitiesexplore ↓ sx archipelagosexplore ↓ a small axe platform for digital practice sx archipelagos embraces and engages the “digital turn” in the humanities and social sciences. our aim is to build and sustain a critical space for digital scholarship and for scholarship about the digital, within and emerging from the caribbean and its diasporas. in doing so, we mean to challenge many of the conventional conceptions of what counts as valid scholarly work and who constitute valid scholars. we seek to do this by encouraging serious collaboration with ever-wider circles of like-minded critical thinkers and by narrowing the gap between researchers and the communities with which we are committed to being in dialogue. our approach to these concerns is illuminated by the first light of the long arc of caribbean remembrance, and so remains vigilant to material, ecological, identity, and liberatory considerations. sx archipelagos will be published annually. editors kaiama l. glover alex gil literary competitionexplore ↓ the small axe literary competition encourages the production and publication of caribbean fiction and poetry. the competition focuses on poetry and short stories from emerging writers whose work centers on regional and diasporic caribbean themes and concerns.this competition is part of the small axe project's ongoing commitment to caribbean cultural production and our mission to provide a forum for innovative critical and creative explorations of caribbean reality. with this competition, we hope to encourage and support the region's rich literary heritage, in the tradition of precursors such as bim (barbados, 1942), kyk-over-al (guyana, 1945), tropiques (martinique, 1941), focus (jamaica, 1940), orígenes (cuba, 1944), la poesía sorprendida (dominican republic, 1944), revista del instituto de cultura puertorriqueña (puerto rico, 1945), conjonction (haiti, 1946), revista casa (cuba, 1960), and savacou (jamaica, 1970). 2015 competition winners and judges   winners short fiction first prize:  mark ramsay second prize: gabrielle bellot poetry first prize: damian femi rene second prize:  daisy holder lafond   judges short fiction colin channer, curdella forbes, tiphanie yanique poetry jacqueline bishop, john robert lee, lasana sekou   ↓ ↑ twitter facebook instagram @ search search


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