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Thursday, 13 September 2007

Links, links, links

- Two more reviews of Infinite Island: by Daniel Kunitz in the Village Voice and Ariella Budick in the NY Newsday.

- And two more of Edwidge Danticat's new book, Brother, I'm Dying: by Donna Rifkind in the Los Angeles Times and Yvonne Zipp in the Christian Science Monitor (the latter includes a three-minute audio file of Danticat reading an excerpt).

- The Junot Díaz craze continues. Here's a feature about the writer and his new novel, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, in the Boston Globe; a review by Carolina González in the NY Daily News; another by Leah Ryan in the NY Post. Oh, and the New Yorker wants you to remember that it published an excerpt from Oscar Wao all the way back in 2000.

- There's even another Naipaul review: Christopher Tayler on A Writer's People in the Telegraph.

- Nalo Hopkinson posts a poem of sorts at her blog.

- And at the StudioFilmClub blog, Jonathan Ali announces the schedule for the 2007 Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival, which opens next week.

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