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Issue 36

Issue 36

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Petrona Morrison: A Pilgrim’s Progress

Petrona Morrison: A Pilgrim’s Progress

A profile of Jamaican sculptor Petrona Morrison.

Happy Holi

Happy Holi

The joyful Hindu springtime festival of Phagwa is captured in Trinidad by writer Pat Ganase and photographer Sean Drakes..

Frances Anne Solomon: Beating the System

Frances Anne Solomon: Beating the System

Bruce Paddington on the career of young Caribbean film-maker Frances Anne Solomon.

The Bahamas File

The Bahamas File

Deby Nash tells how to live it up in the Bahamas.

Island Beat – Eastertime (March/April 1999)

Island Beat – Eastertime (March/April 1999)

What's hot and happening in the islands this Easter.

Upbeat (March/April 1999)

Upbeat (March/April 1999)

New Caribbean Music.

Bookshelf (March/April 1999)

Bookshelf (March/April 1999)

New and recent books about the Caribbean.

Sam Selvon: Words of Welcome

Sam Selvon: Words of Welcome

Sam Selvon’s The Lonely Londoners captured the lives and aspirations of West Indian immigrants in post-World War II Britain. .

Turnin Han: Marcia Douglas’ Madam Fate

Turnin Han: Marcia Douglas’ Madam Fate

Marcia Douglas describes the legacy of survival left behind by generations of Jamaican women, and the inspiration for her novel Madam Fate.