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Thursday, 23 October 2008

Links, links, links

- At Signifyin' Guyana, Charmaine Valere posts a short essay on Denise Harris's novel Web of Secrets.

- Geoffrey Philp describes his "quixotic" relationship with his alma mater, Jamaica College, and its influence on his world view and his fiction.

- Tobias Buckell makes it clear that he's not boycotting Borders.

- The St Petersburg Times reviews Wifredo Lam in North America, a retrospective of the Cuban artist's work currently on at the Salvador Dali Museum of Art in St Petersburg, Florida.

Wifredo Lam, Femme assise (1955)

- In the New York Review of Books, Jose Miguel Vivanco and Daniel Wilkinson of Human Rights Watch report on their recent expulsion from Venezuela.

- And, oops, just noticing this: Edwidge Danticat's recent short essay on Toni Morrison in The Progressive.

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