"Cruciality and the Frog’s Perspective: An Agenda of Difficulties for the Black Arts Movement in Britain." Third Text: Third World Perspectives on Contemporary Art & Culture (Winter 1988-89), 5:33-44.
This paper was read at the Conference Critical Difference: Race, Ethnicity & Culture, Southampton University, 22 October 1988, organized by John Hansard Gallery as part of the programme during Rasheed Araeen’s retrospective: From Modernism to Postmodernism (1959-1987).
(with R. Auguiste and Jim Pines.) "Handsworth Songs—Some Background Notes. Audiences/Aesthetics/Independence." Framework [London] (1988), 35:4-19.
An interview with Black Audio Film Collective.
"In C.L.R.'s Footsteps." Review of Robin Blackburn’s The Overthrow of Colonial Slavery, 1776-1848. New Society (May 20, 1988), 84(1325):28-29.
Introduction to d max: Photographs. A Photographic Exhibition. Birmingham: Clarkeprint, 1988.
Liner notes for "Do It Fluid. " London: Ace Records, 1988.
Liner notes for "Jazz Carnival—The Best of Azymuth." London: Ace Records, 1988.
"’Living Memory’: Toni Morrison talks to Paul Gilroy." City Limits (March 31-April 7, 1988):26-27.
"Noting but Sweat Inside My Hand: Diaspora Aesthetics and Black Arts in Britain." In Kobena Mercer, ed., Black Film/British Cinema, pp. 44-46. ICA Document, 7. London: Institute of Contemporary Arts/British Film Institute Production Special, 1988.
Grew out of a day conference at the ICA in February 1988.
Problems in Anti-Racist Strategy. Runneymede Trust Pamphlet. 1988.
(with Errol Lawrence.) "Two-Tone Britain: White and Black Youth and the Politics of Anti-Racism." In Philip Cohen and Harwant S. Bains, eds., Multi-Racist Britain, pp. 121-155. Youth Questions. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan Education, 1988.