Issue 23
(January/February 1997)

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St. Lucia Sea Fever

What a life... Chris Huxley in St. Lucia can’t decide whether to paraglide or windsurf, scuba or waterski
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Passing Cloud

An early, poignant short story by Sam Sevlon
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The Bird Man: Jean-Jacques Fougère-Audubon

The great painter of American birds, Jean-Jacques Fougère-Audubon, was born in the Caribbean. Caroline Popovic investigates
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The Wine of Astonishment

Nazma Muller meets her match in a Jamaican night-club
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Photograph by Sean Drakes

Trinidad Carnival: The People’s Party

Pat Ganase on Trinidad's Carnival (and why you should be there)
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Caribbean Bookshelf (January/February 1997)

What's new in Caribbean books
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Caribbean Poets: Vibert Reach Home

Paul Keens-Douglas on why Vibert is in deep trouble
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New Music from the Caribbean

What's new in Caribbean Music
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Jamaica Cool

Jamaica means reggae and Blue Mountain coffee, Bob Marley and Rastafari, and gorgeous beaches. Georgia Popplewell explores.
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Photograph by Roxan Kinas

Big Mac: Barbados’ Mac Fingall

Roxan Kinas seeks out Barbados' Mac Fingall, one of the Caribbean's leading entertainers, and finds a schoolteacher who believes in tough discipline
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