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MaComère on dLOC

The Editors of MaComère, the journal of the Association of Caribbean Women Writers & Scholars, are pleased to announce that full contents of past issues (1998-2009) are available online at the Digital Library of the Caribbean (http://dloc.com/AA00000079/00002/allvolumes2). Access to full contents is via delayed open access, with an embargo on the contents of issues published in the last two years.

dLOC patrons are invited to subscribe to the journal to gain access to full contents of current issues. MaComère is published twice per year in June/July and December/January. Interested parties can subscribe individually or request that their libraries subscribe to the journal. Subscription information is available on the journal’s website (www.macomerejournal.com). Current issues are Volume 12.1 (2010) “Resistant Genealogies,” and Volume 12.2 (2010), a special issue titled “Women & National Political Struggles in the Caribbean.” Volume 13.1 (2011) will be available this summer.

 

Gayle Williams
Florida  International University

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