Issue 9
(Spring 1994)

In this Issue:

David Rudder by Abigail Hadeed

Issue 9



Caribbean Kitchen (Spring 1994)

Recipes from St. Maarten and Trinidad

Illustration by Russel Halfhide

Do or Die: West Indies Host England

Can England's cricketers win a series in the Caribbean for the first time in quarter of a century?

Illustration by Christopher Cozier

How to Get Lost in Barbados

If getting lost is easy in Barbados, it's also an adventure

Photograph by Juliet Barclay

Inside Cuba

With travel to Cuba becoming easier, Juliet Barclay finds out what's on offer

Illustration by Sally Davies

Caribbean Pirates: Low Life on the High Seas

The sordid truth behind the romance: what did those scurvy pirates really get up to?

Caledonia and Craig Islands by Cazabon

The Governor’s Attic

Geoffrey MacLean tracks down a hoard of valuable 19th-century Caribbean paintings in an English country house

Delos, Caribbean Carnival series DE4022

Upbeat (Spring 1994)

Some new Caribbean albums and CDs, including soca hits for Carnival

Outward reach: Rex Nettleford dancing in the National Dance Theatre Company of Jamaica's production of Kumina. Nettleford is the company's founder and principal choreographer. Photograph by Jacqueline Gannie

Rex Nettleford: A Voice from the Caribbean

Jamaica's Rex Nettleford, one of the most influential figures in the cultural and intellectual life of the Caribbean, talks about his bold new book

Photograph by Mike Toy

Another World: Barbados

Explore Barbados' coral reefs with underwater photographer, Mike Toy


Bookshelf (Spring 1994)

The best new and recent books about the Caribbean

Trinidad calypsonian David Rudder. Photograph by Abigail Hadeed

David Rudder: The Breakthrough

One of the most popular and enigmatic figures in today's calypso, Rudder has chosen a direction that few people expected. Here's what he's aiming for