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From the Green Antilles

A showcase of new writing from across the Caribbean

Thursday 21 January, 2016, at 6.30 pm
Moray House, 239 Camp Street, Georgetown, Guyana

With fiction and poetry readings by Tanya Batson-Savage (Jamaica), Felene Cayetano (Belize), Richard Georges (British Virgin Islands), Joanne Hillhouse (Antigua and Barbuda), Naijah Imoja (Barbados), Ruel Johnson (Guyana), Jane King (St. Lucia), Shivanee Ramlochan (Trinidad and Tobago), and Kim Dismont Robinson (Bermuda)

All are invited!

Hosted by CaribLit, the Caribbean Literature Action Group, and the NGC Bocas Lit Fest, Trinidad and Tobago's festival of words, stories, and ideas

With support from Commonwealth Writers, the British Council, CODE, and the Moray House Trust

From 18 to 22 January, CaribLit is running a regional residential workshop in Georgetown, Guyana, for Caribbean fiction editors. Facilitated by Jeremy Poynting of Peepal Tree Press (UK) and Johnny Temple of Akashic Books (USA), the five-day workshop is part of CaribLit's programme to develop publishing skills in the Caribbean and support Caribbean books and writers. The free public event on Thursday 21 January will feature readings by the workshop participants, representing nine different Caribbean countries.

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