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Janet Morrison, Diana McCaulay and Donna Hemans Take Home Lignum Vitae Awards 2015

Janet Morrison, Donna Hemans and Diana McCaulay win 2015 Lignum Vitae Awards

Janet Morrison, Diana McCaulay, and Donna Hemans beat out a field of nine (9) writers to become the winners of the 2015 Lignum Vitae Writing Awards, taking home a total of $1 million in the process.

Debut Novelist Imam Baksh Earns First Prize in the 2015 Burt Award for Caribbean Lit

Imam Baksh winner of first prize in the 2015 Burt Award for Caribbean Literature

Guyanese writer Imam Baksh has taken home the first prize for the 2015 Burt Award for Caribbean Literature with his debut novel Children of the Spider.

Top Three Manuscripts Selected for Burt Award 2015

Top Three Manuscripts for CODE Burt Award for Caribbean Literature 2015

The top three manuscripts for the 2015 CODE Burt Award for Caribbean Literature have been selected. Culled from the five shortlisted entrants, the three writers hail from Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago. 

Five Writers Make 2015 Burt Award Shortlist

Burt Award for Caribbean Literature 2015 Shortlist Announced

Five manuscripts and one previously self-published novel have been selected as the finalists for the 2015 Burt Award for Caribbean Literature. The finalists who will be vying for up to CA$22,000 in prizes hail from Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago.

Caribbean and Scottish Writers Trade Places

Diana McCaulay, Jane Harris and Lisa Allen Agostini

Trinidadian Lisa Allen Agostini and Jamaican Diana McCaulay will be trading places with Scotland’s Jane Harris as a part of the Trading Tales project from the British Council.

Diana McCaulay Cops Hollick Arvon Prize 2014

Diana McCaulay

Writer and environmentalist Diana McCaulay blew past the competition to claim the second Hollick Arvon Prize for emerging writers as her own with her manuscript Loving Jamaica at the 2014 Trinidad and Tobago Literary Festival, the Bocas Lit Fest. 

A Taste of Huracan at Redbones

Diana McCaulay reads at Redbones

“I thought I would be able to affect a reclusive mysteriousness. People would ask me for interviews and I’d decline them,” Diana McCaulay told the small audience gathered to hear her read from her novel Huracan, at Redbones the Blues Cafe, recently.

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.

Jamaica Cops Commonwealth Regional Prizes

Alecia McKenzie

Jamaica copped both regional prizes in the 2012 Commonwealth writing competitions: the Commonwealth Book Prize - snagged by Alecia McKenzie for her novel Sweetheart, and the Commonwealth Short story prize - earned by Diana McCaulay for her piece ‘The Dolphin Catcher’.