UVA Caribbeanists publish discussion of Rita Indiana's "Tentacle" in sx salon

Professors Charlotte Rogers (Spanish) and Njelle Hamilton (English, AAS), and postdoctoral fellow Ali Glassie, recently published a special discussion section on Rita Indiana's cli-fi novel Tentacle in http://smallaxe.net/sxsalonthe online arm of Small Axe Caribbean studies journal. Read the introduction and essays here:


“Rita Indiana’s Tentacle: An Introduction”—Njelle W. Hamilton 

“Into the Anemone: Ocean, Form, and the Anthropocene in Tentacle—Alison Glassie 

“Rita Indiana’s Queer Interspecies Caribbean and the Hispanic Literary Tradition”—Charlotte Rogers

“‘Another Shape to Time’: Tentacle’s Spiral Now”—Njelle W. Hamilton