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Vahni Capildeo: shapeshifter, time traveller

Issue 143 (January/February 2017) | 1 comment
When Vahni Capildeo won the prestigious Forward Prize for her poetry, the award merely affirmed what her readers already knew: the Trinidad-born writer is a brilliant complicator of language, stories, conventions, and boundaries. Andre Bagoo explains why Capildeo’s poems are so exhilarating

Wild as the wind: the Pointe-à-Pierre Wildfowl Trust

Issue 138 (March/April 2016) | 0 comments
Picture a lush oasis of lakes surrounded by green forest, where rare ducks swim among waterlilies, cormorants sun themselves on overhanging branches, and the cries of parakeets fill the air — and all this in the middle of an oil refinery complex. Andre Bagoo visits Trinidad’s Pointe-à-Pierre Wildfowl Trust, celebrating five decades of nurturing endangered birds


Screenshots (November/December 2012)

Issue 118 (November/December 2012) | 0 comments
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Loretta Collins. Photograph courtesy Bocas Lit Fest/Savant Media

Loretta Collins Klobah: “I want to write poetry that is alive”

Issue 117 (September/October 2012) | 1 comment
Puerto Rican poet Loretta Collins Klobah on why poetry still matters — as told to Andre Bagoo