In the early sixties, when post-Colonial Africa was reforming itself, the journal Transition provided a place for writers and artists to vocalize a pan-African vision. Originally published in Uganda, Transition was resurected in the early nineties. Brooke speaks with Paul Theroux, one of the early contributors, and Kwaze Anthony Appiah, co-editor of the new version, about the life of the publication.



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