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Wednesday, 2 May 2007

Caribbean lit links roundup

Geoffrey Philp writes about the "great imperative" of his life, and asks his readers to think about theirs.

Marlon James writes about meeting--or, rather not meeting--Salman Rushdie.

Jeremy Taylor wonders why V.S. Naipaul visited Trinidad earlier this month, and why Trinidadians were "taken aback by the man's rudeness".

Kwame Dawes is not sure how he feels about National Poetry Month.

• And the May issue of Caribbean Writing Today has arrived online--for subscribers only--with fiction by Ian McDonald and Velma Pollard, poems by Verna George and Sandra Sealey, a memoir by Malcolm Gladwell, and more.

1 comment:

Geoffrey Philp said...

This is great! I am definitely looking forward to more, more, more!