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Footnotes: Black Sand, by Edward Baugh

by Nicholas Laughlin on November 20, 2013

“Footnotes” is a series of occasional blog posts giving further information about books reviewed in the CRB The November 2013 CRB includes a review by Ishion Hutchinson of Edward Baugh’s Black Sand: New and Selected Poems. “Baugh’s brand of poetry,” writes Hutchinson, “has given the quotidian Caribbean experience, and often the unexamined Caribbean life, an [...]


Family history

by Nicholas Laughlin on July 20, 2010

Frank Collymore reading a copy of Bim in his garden. Photograph courtesy the Estate of Frank A. Collymore This week the CRB publishes Geoffrey Philp’s review of Patricia Powell’s novel The Fullness of Everything; a new poem, “The Garden”, by Ishion Hutchinson; and John T. Gilmore’s review of Edward Baugh’s new biography of Frank Collymore, [...]


Reading: Town, June 2010

by Nicholas Laughlin on June 17, 2010

During the CRB’s break in publication last year, your Antilles blogger put his head together with two writer friends — Vahni Capildeo and Anu Lakhan — and started a modest little publishing project, the literary and art journal Town. Each issue contains just a few short pieces of writing, poems mostly, and two or three [...]