Contributor: Paul Keens-Douglas

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Articles by this author on Caribbean Beat

Illustration by Gabriel Woodham

This An’ Dat

Issue 2 (Summer 1992) | 0 comments
A Caribbean dialect poem by Paul Keens-Douglas

Comic by Faithe Pantelides

What’s Your Name Again?

Issue 4 (Winter 1992) | 1 comment
In the Caribbean you need a nickname, and it won't be an obvious one

Illustration by Tomomi Kaharabata

Charging by the Head

Issue 6 (Summer 1993) | 0 comments
Paul Keens-Douglas seeks out a quiet beach and gets embroiled in a furious dispute about the economics of hair-braiding

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The Slippers Man

Issue 7 (Autumn 1993) | 0 comments
Paul Keens-Douglas tries to economise in these hard times, but quickly meets his match

A-a...darlin'... long time no see...ah was parsing' an' ah see de line, so ah say lemme check it an' see who ah know! Illustration by Dunstan Williams

Join the Line

Issue 11 (Autumn 1994) | 0 comments
Paul Keens-Douglas on the perilous etiquette of queueing in the Caribbean

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Point and Click

Issue 12 (Winter 1994) | 0 comments
Paul Keens-Douglas tries to get his photograph taken

Illustration by Shalini Seereeram

Cobweb

Issue 15 (September/October 1995) | 0 comments
Paul Keens-Douglas brushes away the cobwebs that bother him

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Caribbean Poets: Vibert Reach Home

Issue 23 (January/February 1997) | 0 comments
Paul Keens-Douglas on why Vibert is in deep trouble