List of reviews for N.D. Williams
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Chris Searle ‘Life under western influence’: The Crying of Rainbirds Liberation
Review rounding up three Peepal Tree books dealing with diverse modern situations and dilemmas across the Caribbean (others are by Sharlow Mohammed and Hazel Campbell)
Chris Searle ‘Memory of pain and history’: The Silence of Islands Morning Star
Review testifying to the wealth of Guyanese writers producing brilliant and serious novels. (Review also covers Fred D'Aguiar's The Longest Journey)
Lilieth Lejo Bailey N. D. Williams, Prash and Ras The Caribbean Writer
Review contrasting the two novellas’ exploration of on the one hand Rasta sub-culture in Jamaica, and on the other of a Guyanese exile’s sub-culture in New York
Charlotte O'Brien Julie Mango Caribbean Voice
Short review stating that the short stories are 'bleeding with honesty' where the 'beauty of the Caribbean peeps through each'.
Michael Niblett It All Falls Into Place by Phyllis Shand Allfrey and Julie Mango by N D Williams Wasafiri
Michael Niblett looks into the variety of narratives N D Williams and Phyllis Shand Alfrey, and their common sensitivity towards 'movement and stasis'.