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This week - launch of the Year of Zobel in Martinique

I am honoured that Rivière-Salée invited me to give the opening talk for the Year of Zobel.

Thank you to all who attended the Centre culturel in Rivière-Salée on 22 April! 118 more words

Caribbean Literature


This is the small town of Saint-Pierre, located on Martinique in the eastern Caribbean Sea. At the turn of the 20th century, Saint-Pierre was a thriving city known in Europe as the, “Paris of the West Indies.” It’s infamous volcano, Mount Pelée, lies hidden in the clouds on the left. 177 more words


Our first landfall after our longest passage was Le Marin marina, Martinique. With land beneath our feet the unsteadiness one may think we would have after a month at sea didn’t eventuate. 850 more words


V.S. Naipaul - The Middle Passage

The Middle Passage (1962) is V.S. Naipaul’s first work of travel writing. It is an account of his returning journey to five Caribbean “post-colonial” societies, Trinidad, Guyana, Surinam, Martinique and Jamaica. 486 more words


Romantic Caribbean Honeymoon Destinations II

Begin your new lives together on a honeymoon to the Caribbean and experience the romance and splendor of the tropics. With over 7,000 islands located in the Caribbean Sea, discover the perfect match for your honeymoon. 476 more words

Honeymoons And Destination Weddings

Paris Book Fair / Salon du Livre

A quick post this week as I’m preparing to leave for fieldwork in Martinique!

So I’ll share some more photos of the Salon du Livre in Paris – the event welcomes 200 000 visitors per year, and the Martinique Stand had programmed a series of events around Joseph Zobel, in which I was lucky enough to participate! 141 more words

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