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Sunday, 20 May 2007

Sunday roundup

- In the Guyana Chronicle, Ruel Johnson reviews The People's Progressive Party of Guyana, 1950-1992: An Oral History. [N.B.: the Chronicle does not have a permanent online archive--this link is good for one week only.]

- This week the Jamaica Gleaner's Arts & Leisure section includes three short stories: "Pretty Death", by Krys-Darcelle Dumas; "The Dress", by Natalee Grant; and "No Crown For Me", by Rhonda Kareem.

- Elsewhere in the Gleaner, Mel Cooke gives some background to one of the main events at the 2007 Calabash International Literary Festival--the announcement of the Commonwealth Writers' Prizes.

- Georgia Popplewell has posted a Flickr set called "Haiti Now meets Alice Yard", documenting a visit by a group of delegates from UWI's recent Haiti Now! conference to the weekly Conversations in the Yard event in Port of Spain.

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