By Marina Salandy-Brown ● Issue 43 (May/June 2000)
Music: a Cuban love affair
If you wanted to win a Grammy, sell two million albums and make one of the top ten highest -grossing documentary films ever, would you...
Culture, Literature, Arts, People
By Marina Salandy-Brown ● Issue 70 (November/December 2004)
Andrea Levy: “This was not a small story”
I am English, but all my writing has been trying to understand my Jamaican heritage, family, ancestry. Everything I get excited about is...
Film and Television, Theatre and Dance, Arts, People, Guyana
By Marina Salandy-Brown ● Issue 4 (Winter 1992)
Beaton at his own game
Norman Beaton arrived home to be interviewed precisely at the appointed time in a stately white 1940s Bentley. His man of business, who was...
By Marina Salandy-Brown and Stephen Knox ● Issue 3 (Autumn 1992)
Quixote With a Cutlass: Re-examining Christopher Columbus
Blinking in the early morning sunlight, the High Admiral of the Ocean Sea splashes ashore and surveys the New World he has found. It is a...