By Chantelle Wilson. “Plastered on the screen was my very best friend. He really said he down with me to the end. What really happened, what went wrong? What went wrong with this place? Sitting in my gallery talking to my friends Thinking of ways we think our lives may …Read More »
Writing books a sweet challenge
I’m Donna Mae, Deemay to friends. I’m a spoken word artist, singer, writer, cookie mistress… all-round artistic busy body, or so I’ve been told. I’ve been writing for a few years – blogging mostly, but published with Amorous Ink, At Last, The Man in the Shadows, and a poetic anthology …Read More »
Trini Woman – hypnotised by her love
By Marc Algernon. “Trapped by sweet soca music, best dance of my life. Maybe I got carried away, just for that one day but now that Trini woman is my wife.” Made the Trini woman my wife Where can I go, do you know, for sapodilla brown skin? Majestic eyes, …Read More »
Allure of a Trini Woman
By Marissa Armoogam. She’s beautiful, she’s exotic, and she’s everything. She is a woman; this is the allure of the Trini woman. An island so rich, she exudes a confidence unmatched Her earth is rich and nourished; she brings forth abundant fruit The ample mountains of its framework beckon to …Read More »
Support for authors of Caribbean books
Caribbean Books Foundation is an organisation dedicated to offering support for authors after they have published their books. The website is fast becoming an inventory for the Caribbean community and its diaspora to find Caribbean books. It is an international platform that connects authors and readers. Founder of Caribbean Books …Read More »
First book ‘Tuning with God’ begins Tricia’s mission
Tricia S David, singer, songwriter/poet, published her first book “Tuning with God” in January 2013. The book is a compilation of 50 poems and can be purchased online. She received a First Time Author award from the National Library and Information System Authority (NALIS) the same year. Read Tricia’s first …Read More »
My Botanical Gardens In Sweet T&T
By Joyanne James. “I enjoy the visit from people, secretly they are my friends. I welcome them to come to my Botanical Gardens.” My Botanical Gardens A paradise with fruits everywhere When I eat out the fruits from one tree Another tree starts to bear The air is fresh and clean …Read More »
Ann Marie Amante: Reach your full potential
By Simone Charles. Interview with Ann Marie Amante, Journalist/Author. Many persons know her perhaps by only reading about her featured in various local magazines over the years. Some may say, “Oh, she’s the woman who married this famous guy.” A selective senior few may say, “Hey! I know her reporting …Read More »
Terrible Dream or Folklore?
By Marc Algernon. “This was one of those nights where nothing seems to go right. Out of the dark comes a horrible scream, this must be a terrible dream. I just love long Sunday drives and returning home late at night But I must have made a wrong turn, the narrowing …Read More »
Daddy, I Want a Giraffe!
By Marc Algernon. “Darling I cannot afford, please do the math, it’s too expensive to buy a giraffe.” I went to the zoo and tried not to laugh, when she said, “Daddy, I want a giraffe.” In her bright yellow boots and her hat and her scarf, she begged, “Daddy, can …Read More »
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