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Saturday, 27 October 2007

Some links....

A work by Cuban artist Quisqueya Henríquez, included in The World Outside: A Survey Exhibition 1991-2007

- In the New York Times: Kaiama L. Glover reviews The Pirate's Daughter, a new novel by Margaret Cezair-Thompson set on Jamaica's Navy Island, once owned by Errol Flynn; and Ken Johnson reviews DR-based Cuban artist Quisqueya Henríquez's solo show currently at the Bronx Museum of the Arts.

- In Time, Neel Chowdhury reviews V.S. Naipaul's A Writer's People, describing the book as "miserly" and "pretentious" (what a change from the book's flattering earliest reviews...). And it was published nearly a month ago, but I'll still link here to a Naipaul review I missed: Nilanjana S. Roy's in the India Business Standard.

- Here's an interview with Edwidge Danticat from the Foreign Policy in Focus think tank.

- And in the litblogs, Geoffrey Philp writes about his "Jamaican touch" and Marlon James attacks "slave mentality".

[Oops, missed another interesting Naipaul review: Sanjay Subrahmanyam's in the LRB.]

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