IN THIS ISSUE | The "genuine negro hero" and coverboy Thomas Sayers Ellis blends poetry, David Ruffin, and D.C. as only he can. Poet Sharan Strange reflects on the history of the legendary Dark Room Collective. We profile the irascible dub-great Linton Kwesi Johnson; and review several books, including: Bakari Kitwana's Why White Kids Love Hip-Hop, Zorro by Isabel Allende, The Language of Saxophones by Kamau Daáood  | MORE >

Launched in 1998, Mosaic is a nimble voice exploring the literary landscapes of Black and Latino writers. With a unique blend of contemporary aesthetics, informed essays and profiles, and candid reviews, Mosaic continues its progress towards editorial splendor.
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