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Interviewing the Caribbean Journal


The University of The West Indies Press

Interviewing Caribbean (IC) is a creative peer-reviewed composition of poetry, non-fiction and the visual arts in all media that celebrates everything Caribbean. Founded by the exceptionally talented playwright, cultural activist and professor of gender studies Opal Palmer Adisa. The journal showcases Caribbean intellectuals, writers, artists, culture and artistic expressions at home and in the diaspora.

The theme of IC winter issue features Caribbean Children’s Literature and Childhood memories of the Caribbean.

It is an honour to be featured in “Interviewing the Caribbean!"

winter 2019 Vol. 5, No 1

Interviewing the Caribbean | Vol. 5, No 1 | Winter 2019 Caribbean Childhood: Traumas + Triumphs, pt.1 by: Opal Palmer Adisa & Juleus Ghunta In this Issue: Esther Phillips, Dillon Alleyne, Diane Browne, Rhonda Cobham-Sander, Paul Keens Douglas, Merle Hodge, Oonya Kampadoo, Yolanda T. Marshall, Berkley Wendell Semple + more Subscription information on the website.

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