Author: Paul Keens-Douglas

Culture, Literature

This An’ Dat

Reprinted from “Twice Upon a Time” by Paul Keens-Douglas (Keensdee Productions, Port of Spain, 1989); with the author’s kind...

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Culture, Lifestyle

What’s Your Name Again?

If you live in the West Indies and you don’t have a nickname, then something has to be seriously wrong. Because when it comes to...

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Culture, Lifestyle

Charging by the Head

When you think of the West Indies, you think of sandy beaches, blue skies, stately coconut trees waving in the breeze, calypso, reggae,...

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Culture, Literature, People

The Slippers Man | Last Word

You know something? The way things going these days, we all have to learn to economise, to save money. And one good way is to make clothes...

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Culture, Lifestyle

Join the Line

When a West Indian says to you, “How was the show?”, most times you would be correct in assuming that he means the actual show...

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Culture, Lifestyle, Caribbean Diaspora

Point and Click

If you want to know how many dotish people there are walking around these islands, then buy a camera, buy a camera. Imagine, years now I...

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Literature, Culture

Cobweb

Yu ever walkin’ bout de place an’ sudden so is cobweb in yu face? Yu know how vexin’ dat does be when it catch yu...

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Culture, Literature, Arts

Caribbean Poets: Vibert Reach Home

He had an eventful day. But when he got home the truth began to emerge. Paul Keens-Douglas tells the story . . . De boy leave here good...

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