Writing Credits – Sandra Sealy

Pen 2 Writing Credit Highlights

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Across The Caribbean: West Indian Short Stories (Trinidad) – short story

Arts Etc. (Barbados) – poetry, flash fiction, articles, photo

Associated Content.com – poetry, articles

Calabash: A Journal Of Caribbean Arts & Letters (New York University) – poetry

Caribbean Wedding Guide (Barbados) – articles, assistant editor

Caribbean Writing Today (now defunct ezine) – poetry

Caribbean Times (United Kingdom) – article

Conch Shell Weddings – web content

From This Bridge I See (Barbados) – poetry

Georgian Blue Anthology (Canada) – poetry

Her Circle Ezine.com (ezine) – poetry

In Paradise Magazine (Barbados) – articles, editor

Isla Firme (Venezuela) – poetry translated into Spanish

Island WHERE Magazine (St. Lucia) – contributor

Living Barbados Magazine (Barbados) – contributor under pen name “Savannah E. Morrisey” – see pg 77

POUI: The Cave Hill Literary Annual (Barbados) – poetry

Senseisha: Memoirs of A Caribbean Woman anthology – creative essay

SHE Caribbean Magazine (St. Lucia) – articles, poetry, short story

She Sex Anthology (Trinidad) – poetry

St. Somewhere Journal (Cbean online journal) – poetry

The Advocate Newspaper (Barbados) – articles, poetry

The Nation Newspaper (Barbados) – articles, poetry

The Red Book (Barbados) by leading Caribbean real estate firm, Terra Caribbean – articles, copyediting and assistance with compilation

Urban Entertainment (USA) – poetry

Winning Words (National Cultural Foundation of Barbados) – poetry, short story, children’s story

WomanSpeak (Bahamas) – poetry

Laptop Writing Samples

P o e t r y

A Day In The Life Of Jessamy

Beauty Of The Bald Head

Iyanla’s Fire

Kamau’s Spider

St. Somewhere Journal (Cbean online journal) – poetry


N o n – f i c t i o n  (a r t i c l e s)

“Showers Of Blessing: Wedding Bubbles for Your Nuptials” – 1st published in Wedding Guide Barbados


“Sea Jazz Woman” – 2-track set of spoken word produced by Kolaiah Music Studios

Newspaper Reviews/Awards (online)

“…should be right out of Erotique Noire…”

Bryan Wilhite of Kintespace.com on “Beauty Of The Bald Head” & “Chemistry”

“…a multi-layered sheath of poetry…”

Debbie Callender of VOICES: Barbados Writers’ Collective

“…foray into jazz poetry is nothing short of spectacular…”

John Stevens of EJazznews.com “Beauty Of The Bald Head: The Jazzy Spoken-word Single”

***Award Highlights

Frank Collymore Literary Endowment (Honorable Mention)

National Independence Festival of Creative Arts NIFCA) for Creative Writing Tuition, Film, Short Fiction, Children’s Story and Poetry

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