Issue 13
(Spring 1995)

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Martin Carter: The Poems Man

Guyana's great poet Martin Carter has been a political prisoner and a government minister. Bruce Paddington tells his story
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Hail Mary: the Art of Dunstan St. Omer

St Lucian painter Dunstan St Omer dedicates all his work to the Virgin Mary. Caroline Popovic went to meet him
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Photograph by Stephen Thorpe

Caribbean Adventure Trail

Stephen Thorpe on nature, wildlife and hiking holidays in the Caribbean
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Caribbean Cleo? The amazing Cleo Laine

The acclaimed jazz singer Cleo Laine had a Jamaican father. Is that where her music comes from? Michael Church finds out
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Behind God’s Back: Matelot, Trinidad

Niala Maharaj in an isolated Caribbean village - Matelot in Trinidad - that has learned how to help itself
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Butch’s Baby: Sandals Resorts

Marcia Erskine profiles one of the Caribbean's most successful entrepreneurs, Jamaica's Gordon Butch Stewart
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Postcard From Grenada

Jim Rudin and Alister Hughes on how to relax and unwind in the Caribbean's Spice Island
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Illustration by Gregory St Bernard

The Little Donkey

A Caribbean story for children by Donna Yawching
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Illustration by Salini Seereeram

Last word: the Grenada travel cop

Sharon Almerigi falls in love with a Grenada traffic cop
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Illustrations by Shalini Seereeram

Caribbean Kitchen (Spring 1995)

International chef Joe Brown continues his Caribbean journey with two favourite dishes from the English-speaking countries of the region
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Upbeat (Spring 1995)

New Caribbean Music
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