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2011 OCM Bocas Prize longlist

by Nicholas Laughlin on February 28, 2011

The OCM Bocas Prize for Caribbean Literature — which will be awarded for the first time this year — has announced its 2011 longlist of ten books, in three genre categories: Poetry = Elegguas, by Kamau Brathwaite (Barbados) — Wesleyan = A Light Song of Light, by Kei Miller (Jamaica) — Carcanet = White Egrets, [...]


The week’s Twitter highlights

by Nicholas Laughlin on July 24, 2010

• Revival of Paul Simon/Derek Walcott’s Capeman opens in NYC in August: • Trinidadian Marlon Griffith wins 2010 Commonwealth Connections international arts residency: • Announcing @Carifringe: an annual regional arts festival hosted in Nassau, launching October 2010: • Bahamian Christian Campbell shortlisted for Forward Prize for best first collection: • Draconian [...]


“A crumpled heaven”

by Nicholas Laughlin on May 26, 2010

The CRB’s editorial engine is running again, though with the occasional cough and splutter — we’re not yet at cruising speed, as it were. But our May 2010 issue — our first in a year — is under way, with the first new reviews appearing at the start of the month and another batch published [...]