Kunapipi is a biannual arts magazine with special but not exclusive emphasis on the new literatures written in English. It aims to fulfil the requirements T.S. Eliot believed a journal should have: to introduce the work of living authors, both famous and unknown, and to be truly international. It polishes creative material and critisism. Articles and reviews on related historical and sociological topics plus film will also be included as well as graphics and photographs. Kunapipi is an internationall7y refereed journal of postcolonial literature formally aknowledged by the Australian National Library. All articles are double-blind peer reviewed. Work published in Kunapipi is cited in The Journal of Commonwealth Literature’s Annual Bibliography (UK), The Year’s Work in English Studies (UK), The Grahamstown Information Journal (SA), Australian Literary Studies, The Indian Association for Commonwealth Studies (India), The New Straits Times (Malaysia), The Australian Public Affairs Information Service (produced by the National Library of Australia) and the MLA.