Her uniquely conceived treatment is of the most touchy issues that haunt the chambers of the Caribbean psyche. In the new wave of unfiltered confrontations with the shadowed, suppressed and uncensored worlds of knowledge and experience currently surfacing in the region’s literature, she is certainly a significant emerging voice. Sexuality and gender circuit concerns with voice, body and power. These branch out into a number of interrelated directions, all delivered in the eruptive current of a language that shocks and provokes, overturns and crumbles, strips and stitches. This is clearly a writer with the gift and wild to tilt the wont terrains of Caribbean literary discourse.

Jennifer Rahim
Moko Magazine