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Tribute to Lovelace at Tobago NGC Bocas Lit Fest as he turns 80

The second Tobago NGC Bocas Lit Fest took place on 9-11 July at the Scarborough Library Facility, Trinidad’s Express reports . The Tobago festival celebrates the island’s literary and oral traditions. 170 more words


Tobago NGC Bocas Lit Fest 2015

Join Bocas Lit Fest in Tobago. The Tobago NGC Bocas Lit Fest events will be held at Scarborough Library, from July 9 – 11, 2015. Just two weeks away! 388 more words

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Reading about Trinidad & Tobago: The Dragon Can't Dance

On a hot streak with the books I’m picking: The Dragon Can’t Dance by Trinidadian author Earl Lovelace is another absolute winner.

Delving into life in Calvary Hill, a marginalized neighborhood in Trinidad’s capital city of Port of Spain, this novel takes on the topics of colonialism, racism, poverty, gender roles, aging and more in the most masterful way. 70 more words


Is Just A Movie by Earl Lovelace

“De Mas In We”

Earl Lovelace’s novel is brilliantly executed,  although the writing may at first seem simplistic I admire his style which uses  an interesting narrative structure and Trinidadian patois.   524 more words

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OCM Bocas Prize Winners at Babel, Switzerland

From the Bocas Prize website . . .

Robert Antoni, 2014 winner of the OCM BOCAS Prize for Caribbean Literature; 2012 winner, Earl Lovelace; and Kei Miller, 2014 non-fiction winner, were among a group of eight writers invited to showcase Caribbean writing in the Swiss alpine town of Bellinzona last weekend. 137 more words


The Experiment...

So after a long time of trying to really figure my life out I have come to realise that I really can’t deny how much I love writing. 238 more words

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The Gap between Caribbean Writers and Readers

I was in my usual Friday position, that is, splayed across the couch with a steaming cup of coffee, listening to the Festival Radio podcasts on the… 449 more words