THE BLACK SCHOLAR
Vol. 17, No. 2 (March-April, 1986). Very good. 
Special issue on "The Black Woman Writer and the Diaspora." Contains "Closing Address: The Black Woman Writer and the Diaspora" by Gloria T. Hull, "Keynote Address: Sisterhood and Survival" by Audre Lorde, "Black Women Heroes: Here's Reality, Where's the Fiction?" by Jewelle Gomez, "Black Women and the Science Fiction Genre: Interview" with Octavia Butler, "Ancient Properties in the New World: The Paradox of the 'Other' in Toni Morrison's 'Tar Baby,'" by Angelita Reyes, "One Mother, Two Daughters: The Afro-American and the Afro-Caribbean Female Bildingsroman" by Geta LeSeur, "Feminist Perspectives in African Fiction: Bessie Head and Buchi Emecheta" by Nancy Topping Bazin, "A Question of Publishers and a Question of Audience" by Faith Berry, etc.