“Chronicles Of A Seawoman” is Sandra Sealy’s first book – a collection of poems due this year! Read how she starts her journey.
“For The Love Of Culture” is the theme for the 2019 #cropoverfestival, co-ordinated by the National Cultural Foundation. See the calendar for Barbados’ premier summer festival.
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.
“For me, a #father supplies sperm and his part of the chromosomes necessary for life. But a #dad? He gives of his time & wisdom, while nurturing forever memories and life lessons with his heart.”
“Making Memories” is the theme for the 2018 #cropoverfestival, co-ordinated by the National Cultural Foundation. See the calendar for Barbados’ premier summer festival.
For Carifesta XIII 2017, Barbados will play host to the roving, multi-disciplinary festival, for the first time since 1981 – from Thursday, August 17 – Sunday, August 27, 2017.
About to publish on Amazon Kindle? There’s a £20,000 grand prize open to authors of fiction and non fiction.
It takes a village of dreamers to make a film: directors, actors, technical, producers, editors, make up artists, set & location design, costuming, catering and of course, screenwriters. If you’re a filmmaker, enter the Caribbean Tales Festival – for emerging and established #filmmakers of the #caribbeandiaspora.
“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.”
An honest message about detractors. Find this quote on “Writing Muscle” and “Inspire-ay-shun” Boards. Feel free to Pin and share! For more quotes and inspiration like this, follow Seawoman’s Boards on Pinterest.com.
What writing means to me. Find this quote on “Writing Muscle” and “Inspire-ay-shun” Boards. Feel free to Pin and share! For more quotes and inspiration like this, follow Seawoman’s Boards on Pinterest.com.
So 2013 was a busy year for Seawoman’s Caribbean Writing Opps. We’re nearly at 50,000 hits…thanks to you! Have a look at the stats. *Pretty noteworthy that those who took time to comment, end up in my stats too. 🙂 Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was […]
What writing means to me. Find this quote on my “Writing Muscle” Board. Feel free to share! For more quotes and inspiration like this, follow my Boards on Pinterest.com.
“Writing In Sand” VLOG (video log) is an extension of this blog, Seawoman’s Caribbean Writing Opps – where you’ll find tools, publishing opportunities and more for international writers. It’s also a ready link to contemporary & established Caribbean writers. Expect tips, interviews and provocative discussion from this 21st century professional writer “living in her writing whirl” […]
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 […]