Category Archives: Caribbean Authors

Waiting in Vain- Colin Channer

I’ve had this great Book in my sight from the moment I heard about it at Calabash (A literary festival held in St Elizabeth, Jamaica annually) from Channer’s mesmerizing reading. Somehow, it had escaped me throughout the years and it … Continue reading

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      I was introduced to this poem when I was around fourteen in high as part of a syllabus for English Literature exam. Reading it, so many things went through my mind, It started off so lovely with … Continue reading

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Love Triangle- Three sides to the story- Brenda Barrett

This was my first Jamaican novella of this nature. Based in Mandeville, (The capital Parish of Manchester) the protagonists trapped himself between two women, his wife and sweetheart and only after the fact did he realize that he indeed love … Continue reading

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Cyril Everard Palmer, 1930* – 2013

Originally posted on CucumberJuice:
The first book that I read by Cyril Everard Palmer (popularly known as C. Everard Palmer) was A Cow Called Boy. It was fascinating to me, from the front cover until the last page. What’s not…

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