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.
Originally posted on Wadadli Pen:
I just spent some time filling out these two surveys targeted at Caribbean writers and I think you should too – because this kind of research if harnessed correctly can bring about the kind of growth we want to see in the industry. This one is by Anansesem and is targeted…
BIM LITERARY FESTIVAL & BOOK FAIR 15-17 MAY, 2014 PROGRAMME THEME – CROSSINGS: BREAKING BORDERS Venue: Festival Tent, Independence Square (unless otherwise stated) Thursday 7.00 p.m. – 9.00 p.m. Opening Ceremony: Walcott-Warner Theatre, The May 15 Errol Barrow Centre, UWI, Cave Hill Campus. Madre of Ceremony: Icil Phillips Friday May 16 10.00 a.m. […]
CaribLit provides news, information and resources for Caribbean Publishing. The Caribbean Literature Action Group (CALAG) is a working group of Caribbean writers, publishers, academics, festival coordinators and other persons from the literary sphere, with a shared interest in promoting Caribbean writing and publishing. The Caribbean Literature Action Group meeting in April 2012 was convened by […]
Nature Island Literary Festival & Book Fair began in 2008 and is a registered non-profit organisation. “Its purpose is not only to showcase recognised regional talent, but also to encourage new talent and publicise the work of local and Caribbean writers and poets”, as well as promoting reading, increase interest in literature and demonstrate that the […]
Kingston Book Festival 2013 taking place March 2-10 , is the place to be next month in the Caribbean litscape. Expect exhibits, performances and giveaways at this event co-ordinated by the Book Industry Association of Jamaica. Click HERE for the Exhibitor Registration Form. Among the many featured writers, include food enthusiast and blogger Cynthia Nelson (Guyana/Barbados), […]
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. In October 2012, Seawoman got re-ignited and revamped the look and feel of this blog. It took 36 hours but the hard work paid off. Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. Seawoman’s Caribbean Writing Opps got […]