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“How did I celebrate International Women’s Day 2017?

I started with visiting the website to see what was happening this year and how I could participate meaningfully.”

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“Black Knight” – Winston Farrell (Barbados)

Watch dynamic Winston Farrell as he performs his classic spoken-word/ dub chant piece “Black Knight”. Yes, the rhythm is catchy but listen to the powerful message in the poem! Award-winning author & poet, pioneering Bajan spoken-word artist, theatre development specialist,

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100,000 Poets For Change (Barbados)

  100,000 Poets For Change: Every September, poets across the planet, gather in a demonstration/celebration of poetry to promote serious social, environmental, and political change.  For this 2013 performance, you might see a few familiar faces like (captured in the

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Memories of Green Readings 2012 (Barbados)

GREEN Readings is a fabulous poetic collaboration of ArtsEtc, a quality independent Barbadian publisher, and the Barbados Government, marrying a respect for nature and top notch literary arts.  In this video, enough snippets are captured to entice you to attend

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Posted in Anthologies & Journals, Barbados, Featured Writer, Poetry, Readings & Slams, Spoken-word

“Improv” – Robert Gibson aka ‘Passion’ (Barbados)

Click HERE to see him perform “Improv” in Boston. Bajan poet Robert R. Gibson – known to me personally as “De Luuuv Man” (as a member of VOICES: Barbados Writers’ Collective)  and one of my writing protégés, but now familiarly called “PassionPoet or Passion,

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Posted in Caribbean, E-books & Electronic Media, Featured Writer, Poetry, Spoken-word

“A Matter Of Money” – Jeanette Layne-Clarke (Barbados)

“A Matter Of Money” is part of Jeanette Layne-Clarke’s popular radio series called “Dumplings In De Stew”.  Alfred Pragnell, a well-known storyteller, along with other Bajan actors perform the humorous story in the clip above. Layne-Clarke who passed in 2009,

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Posted in Barbados, Caribbean, Featured Writer, Poetry

“Mask” – Paula Obe (Trinidad)

“Mask” is spoken-word by award-winning Trinidadian poet & producer Paula Obe. This haunting and sensual melody – with Paula on acoustic guitar – is one of my personal favourites from her album “Afterbirth”. Her work has been anthologised internationally and she

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