Interviewing the Caribbean Volume 5 Issue 2
$20.00

Interviewing the Caribbean Volume 5 Issue 2

By Professor Opal Palmer Adisa and Juleus Ghunta
US$ 20.00
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Book Description

Interviewing Caribbean (IC) is a creative peer-reviewed composition of poetry, non-fiction and the visual arts in all media that celebrates everything Caribbean. Founded by the exceptionally talented playwright, cultural activist and professor of gender studies Opal Palmer Adisa. The journal showcases Caribbean intellectuals, writers, artists, culture and artistic expressions at home and in the diaspora.

The theme of IC Spring issue features Caribbean Children’s Literature and Childhood memories of the Caribbean.

Table of Contents
  • Cover
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Contributors
  • Editors' Letter
  • Editorial Team
  • The Nature of Belonging
  • Kei Miller: Writing Taught Me How to Think
  • Olive Senior: Creating a Climate that Embraces Our National Culture
  • Elpedio Robinson: Music as Inspiration
  • Pamela Mordecai: We Had No Caribbean Limericks
  • Michael Abrahams and Juleus Ghunta: Adverse Childhood Experiences in Jamaica
  • Shauna Morgan: We Are Expected to Honour Our Abusers
  • Batson-Savage: Blue Banyan Publishing Affordable Books
  • Pawpaw to the Light: Adventures in Sharing Poetry with Children
  • A-dZiko Simba Gegele: Rooted in Their Lives as Afrikans
  • Barbara Arrindell: Create Stories That Remind Us of What We Went Through
  • Marsha Gomes-McKie: Promoting SCBWI in the Caribbean
  • Joanne C. Hillhouse: Caribbean Children Need as Many Stories as There are Tastes
  • Reflecting the Realities of Caribbean Children
  • Romaine McNeil: Shed the Old to Embrace the New
  • Joanne Dowdy: Storyboards for Films
  • Use Creative Arts to Connect With Children
  • Tanya Shirley: Allow the Poem to Go Where It Wants
  • My Books Are Inspired By Real Life
  • Visual Storytelling Empowering Future Generations
  • I Want My Grandchildren to Be Confident and Bold
  • Andrea Bowman: Engendering a Tradition of Excellence
  • The Engineered Silencing of Mary-Ann
  • Glyne A. Griffith: The BBC and the Development of Anglophone Caribbean Literature, 1943–1958
  • Advisory Board
  • Winners of Prizes
  • Call for Submissions
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