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A-dZiko Simba Gegele Launches Debut Novel: All Over Again

A-dZiko Simba Gegele speaks at the launch of All Over Again

For years, A-dZiko Simba Gegele has been steadily building a reputation as a strong storyteller and spoken word artist. Her growing body of anthologized work, largely poetry and some fiction, also cemented her identity as an emerging Caribbean writer.

Imagination Unchained - Debut Novelist Roland Watson-Grant

Roland Watson- Grant, author of Sketcher (photograph by Marvin Bartley)

It isn’t very often that a Jamaican living and writing at home chooses to create a story that, at least on the surface, seems to have nothing to do with Jamaica.

Sharon Millar and Eliza Robertson Tie for Commonwealth Short Story Prize 2013

Sharon Millar and Eliza Roberston cop the 2013 Commonwealth Short Story Prize

Sharon Millar (Trindad and Tobago) and Eliza Robertson (Canada) have created the unprecedented feat of leaving the judges in a deadlock resulting in a joint win of the 2013 Commonwealth Short Story Competition.

Barbara Jenkins - A Poui of a Writer

Barbara Jenkins

To speak to her, you would have no inkling that Barbara Jenkins is shaping up to be one of the Caribbean’s well-celebrated voices.

Archipelago by Monique Roffey Cops Bocas Prize 2013

Archipelago by Monique Roffey

Archipelago, a novel by Trinidadian writer Monique Roffey, sailed away with the 2013 OCM Bocas Prize for Caribbean Literature.

Six Writers Shortlisted for Hollick Arvon Caribbean Writers Prize

And then there were six... The list of emerging writers vying for the inaugural Hollick Arvon Caribbean Writers Prize has been further narrowed to six candidates hailing from Trinidad and Tobago, Bermuda and the Bahamas.

Four Caribbean Writers Make Commonwealth Short Story Shortlist 2013

Commonwealth Writers Short Story Shortlist 2013

Four Caribbean writers have been shortlisted for the 2013 Commonwealth Writers Short Story Prize. The regional finalists for the prestigious literary competition hail from Trinidad and Tobago and The Bahamas. Interestingly, this year’s shortlist has been dominated by female writers.

Bocas 2013 Shines Light on Emerging Writers

Bocas Lit Fest

The 2013 staging of the Bocas Literary Festival, Port of Spain, Trinidad will shine much of its literary light on emerging writers. Chief among these will be the announcement of the inaugural Hollick-Arvon Prize (HAP) for Emerging Writers.

Writers From Six Caribbean Countries Named Finalists in 2013 Hollick-Arvon Prize

Sue Hollick announcing the Hollick-Arvon Prize at Bocas 2012

The fourteen finalists in the inaugural Hollick-Arvon Caribbean Writers Prize have been announced.

'Shooting For Happiness' - Joanne C. Hillhouse talks about writing and more

Joanne C. Hillhouse

Joanne C. Hillhouse is an Antiguan writer. Her novel Oh Gad! is a Zane Presents work, published by Strebor Books. She is the author of The Boy From Willow Bend and Dancing Nude in the Moonlight.

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