Seawoman Chronicles: The Podcast – Now Launched!

Seawoman Chronicles: The Podcast with host, Sandra Sealy is launched! “Tools, news and interviews about and for writers of the Caribbean and beyond”
Award-winning Caribbean writer Sandra Sealy, takes her blog Seawoman’s Caribbean Writing to its next iteration, Seawoman Chronicles – The Podcast. The host and spoken-word artist is Founder of Caribbean Writers on Facebook (1830+ global members). Download episodes from Spotify and other podcast platforms.
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World Poetry Day 2021

by Sandra Sealy **Post World Poetry Day – Video Link For Session Available HERE! #WorldPoetryDay2021 as declared by UNESCO is this Sunday, March 21st. Imagine that Caribbean Writers, the official Facebook presence for this blog – is more than thriving. It’s truly its own entity. I thought, for the members of this amazing online fam I […]

Wringing Out Sorrow To Make Wine

Sandra Sealy of seawomanscaribbeanwriting,org reflects deeply during 2021 International Women’s Day in her #blogpost “Wringing Out Sorrow To Make Wine”
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Chronicles Of A Seawoman – Ready For Pre-order AND The Book Trailer!

By Sandra Sealy We’re almost here, folks. “Chronicles Of A Seawoman” my first book – a collection of poems is due to go LIVE on Amazon on November 19th 2019. And yes, it’s appropriate it’s in time for Barbados’ #independence celebrations and just before Christmas for gift-giving. PRE-ORDER DISCOUNT: Faithful followers, I’m alerting you that pre-orders […]

“That Scene In True Blood” – Maggie Harris (Guyana/ UK)

“That Scene In True Blood” by Maggie Harris (Guyana/ UK) is an allusive, haunting poem by multi-awarding winning Caribbean writer, Maggie Harris.

Chronicles Of A Seawoman – The Journey Part 1

“Chronicles Of A Seawoman” is Sandra Sealy’s first book – a collection of poems due this year! Read how she starts her journey.

“Garvey’s Ghost” – Geoffrey Philp (Jamaica/ US)

Geoffrey Philp, is a Jamaican/ American writer, lecturer, author and Caribbean cultural treasure. His latest book is “Garvey’s Ghost – published by Carlong Publishers & also available on BookFusion.

Bold Enough To Celebrate Creativity

“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.”

“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, producer and all-round cultural activist (we could go on…believe me!) Winston Farrell, is a consummate […]

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 screen grab) Katherine Felix – Co-ordinator for LXP. In 2011, Barbados, one of the few Caribbean […]

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 GR13.  Readings are generally held in June. GREEN Readings began in 2008 when the Ministry […]

“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, for short” – has grown as a writer.  Here, as this performance poet spreads his […]

“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,  was a celebrated Bajan radio producer, columnist, creative writer, editor and novelist. According to the […]

“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 has been constant in advancing the cause of other Caribbean women writers. This writer & […]

“I Call You Poet” – DJ Simmons (Barbados)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxfcQo-aUKs

A small Clip of Bajan Poet Dj Simmons at the launch of his new spoken word album. This award-winning writer has performed on numerous stages and is a co-founder of the electric Iron Sharpen Iron group – promoting dynamic spoken word/music shows in Barbados

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