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Birthplace
Trinidad and Tobago
Residence
Bahamas
Identities
Pan Caribbean, Trinidad and Tobago, Bahamas
DOB
1960
Gender
Female

Lelawattee Manoo-Rahming

Lelawattee Manoo-Rahming was born in Trinidad in 1960. A mechanical/building services engineer and part-time college lecturer, she now lives in Nassau, Bahamas. As well as writing poetry and short stories, she draws and sculpts.

Her poetry and short stories have appeared in From the Shallow Seas; The Caribbean Writer, Womanspeak, Lignum Vitae, Pelican, At Random, Sisters of Caliban, Mango Season, Writes of Passage, SAMAR, Voice, Memory, Ashes: Lest We Forget.

Her work explores issues of gender, sexual orientation, abuse, the place of Indo-Caribbean culture and spirituality within a pan-Caribbean setting

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