The article explores the themes of audience, form, region, and labor in 21st-century African American literature. Emphasis is given to topics such as the emergence of speculative fiction in African American literary culture, the U.S. South as a site of black subjectivity and cultural expression, and elitism in print culture.
- AFRICAN American literature -- History & criticism
- LITERATURE & society -- United States
- LITERARY form
- PRINT culture
- SPECULATIVE fiction
- SOUTHERN States