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New Caribbean Voices: Episode Four

In this episode enjoy an interview with J Edward Chamberlin, author of the seminal text Come Back to Me My Language - West Indian Poetry, plus readings and conversation from the archives, when Peepal Tree authors gathered at 17 Kings Avenue prior to the inaugural Leeds Lit festival in 2019. Listen out for Roger Robinson talking about his hopes for his then forthcoming collection, A Portable Paradise. Featuring host and podcast curator, Malika Booker, Ted Chamberlin, plus readings from Degna Stone, Nick Makoha, Seni Seneviratne, Roger Robinson, Desiree Reynolds, Jacqueline Bishop and Anthony Joseph.

The New Caribbean Voices podcast celebrates the best of Caribbean and Black British literature and culture. Look out for the next episode in about a month.


Produced by Melody Triumph for Peepal Tree Press.Music by Chris Campbell 

The artwork featured is ‘Rainbirds’ by artist and poet, Stanley Greaves.

With special thanks to Arts Council England and the Clarissa Luard Award. 



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