Poem entitled "Kretxeu" from book of poems by Kaká Barboza (Carlos Alberto Barbosa)
Short story entitled "O Cacho de Dendém" from book of short stories by Fátima Bettencourt
Short story entitled "Conto No. 11" from a collection of short stories by G. T. Didial (João Manuel Varela)
Poem entitled "O poema primordial" by Vera Duarte
Poem entitled " hesperitanas " from book of poems by Filinto Elísio
Poem entitled "À Cidade da Praia" by Jorge Carlos Fonseca
Poem entitled "Raízes" by José Luís Hopffer Almada
Short story entitled "Liberdade Adiada" from book of short stories by Dina Salústio
Short story/fable from collection of short stories by Tomé Varela da Silva
Short story entitled "VI" from collection of short stories by Mário Lúcio Sousa
Poem entitled "Crítica da Razão Poética" by José Luiz Tavares
Poem entitled "Bati com a Porta atrás de mim" from a collection of poems by Valentinous Velhinho
Poem entitled "Mulheres" from collection of poetry by Arménio Vieira
Artwork by Fátima Almeida
Artwork by Nela Barbosa
Artwork by Bela Duarte
Artwork by David Levy Lima
Artwork by Leão Lopes
Artwork by Misá
Artwork by Paulo Rosa
Piece: Poem entitled "À Cidade da Praia"
Author: Jorge Carlos Fonseca
Book title: Porcos em delírio
City: Mindelo, São Vicente, Cape Verde
Translated into English by: Carla Martin and Inês Brito
Jorge Carlos Fonseca was one of the authors of Cape Verde's Constitution, and a founder of the MPD political party. Following the party's win in the 1991 legislative elections, served as Cape Verde's Minister of Foreign Affairs. He left the MPD in the party's first internal fissure and founded, alongside his colleague Eurico Monteiro, the political party PCD, which itself disbanded some three years ago. Jorge Carlos Fonseca ran and was defeated in the 2001 presidential elections. The author of various books of essays and poetry, Jorge Carlos Fonseca is a lawyer by profession and one of the founding associates of the Law and Justice Foundation, as well as president of the Institute of Legal and Social Sciences in Praia. His name is currently being mentioned as a possible candidate in the 2011/2012 presidential elections for the MPD. Other publications include: Reformas Penais em Cabo Verde and Um Novo Processo Penal para Cabo Verde: Estudo sobre o Anteprojecto do Novo Código.
Carla Martin, a Massachusetts native, is a doctoral candidate in Harvard University's Department of African and African American Studies in the discipline of social anthropology, with a secondary field in ethnomusicology. For several years, she has worked with Cape Verdean communities in Africa, Europe, and the United States on a variety of research and social engagement projects. She is currently writing her dissertation on the intersection of sociolinguistic and musical practices in Cape Verde and the Cape Verdean Diaspora. She received an A.M. in Anthropology in 2007 and an A.B. in Anthropology in 2003, both from Harvard University.
Inês Brito, a native of the island of Fogo, Cape Verde, holds advanced degrees from universities in Cape Verde, Portugal, and the United States in the areas of education, literature, and linguistics. She currently works as a literacy instructor in the Boston Public Schools and teaches Cape Verdean Creole at Harvard University. She has served as a committee member in the development of ALUPEC, the standardized orthography for Cape Verdean Creole, and has played an integral role as a consultant, employee, and volunteer with numerous Cape Verdean political, social, and educational organizations.