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Tanya Shirley and Vladimir Lucien have been longlisted for the 2015 Bocas Prize for Caribbean Literature!
The judges said:
Vladimir Lucien's Sounding Ground demonstrates considerable emotional and stylistic range, and makes inspired use of various kinds and registers of Creole.
Tanya Shirley's The Merchant of Feathers is brash, courageous, moving, and extremely funny. Hers are exuberant poems in which the poet is utterly present and entirely irresistible. Read more about the Bocas Prize
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Jan Lowe Shinebourne
The Last Ship
ISBN: 9781845232467 Price: £8.99
This moving novel charts the fortunes of three generations of a Chinese family in the Caribbean, exploring the power of family myth, invented traditions, and the way painful childhood experience can resurface in adult life.
Finding Myself: Essays in Race, Politics and Culture
ISBN: 9781845232474 Price: £19.99
Clem Seecharan brings together public and personal visions of Caribbean history in his discussions of race, culture and politics in Guyana and the Caribbean.
The Merchant of Feathers
ISBN: 9781845232337 Price: £8.99
Written with a lyric and sensual attention to both the public and the private, Tanya Shirley's second collection speaks honestly and poerfully about the experiences of Caribbean women.
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Caribbean Modern Classics
Jeremy Poynting, 12 June 2008
For quite some time we’ve been thinking about launching a series of classic reprints: Caribbean Modern Classics is the result.