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Diana McCaulay Writes up a Historical 'Storm' With Huracan

Diana McCaulay

On the heels of winning the 2012 Commonwealth Writers  Short Story competition, Diana McCaulay is set to launch the novel she says she was always meant to write.

Sheldon Shepherd Cops Best Actor Award at ABFF

Shepherd plays Ricky in Better Mus Come (photo courtesy of Better Mus Come)

Actor and performance poet Sheldon Shepherd has further feathered the cap of Storm Saulter’s Better Mus Come by copping the award for Best Performance by an Actor (Male or Female) at the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) in Miami Beach, Florida, June 20 - 23, 2012.

Raxann Chin taps into the 'Feminine Goddess' in new clothing line

Roxann Chin (contributed photo)

Raxann Chin is confident that the world of fashion is where she belongs. Having entered its coveted runways when she was a mere girl of 12 and then a student at Mount Alvernia High, she has been on other career paths but never fully diverted from the world of fashion.

Home, Slavery & the Children of Sisyphus: Orlando Patterson Speaks

Orlando Patterson

It was noon and the sun blazed, but while a few sought refuge under the craggy tamarind trees and others dipped in the azure Caribbean sea, most were clustered under the tent, braving the sweltering midday heat.

Missed Aims for Cannes Short Film Corner

Michelle Serieux (photo by Marlon James)

Missed, a short film written and directed by Michelle Serieux of New Caribbean Cinema has been accepted into the Court Métrage, The Short Film Corner, as well as the Marché  du Film (film market) of the Cannes Film Festival, May 16 - 26, 2012.

Kei Miller: Reading, Writing and the Pleasures of Exile

Kei Miller

For the past four years writer Kei Miller has been enjoying the pleasures of exile in Scotland where he lectures in English and Creative Writing at the University of Glasgow.

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