In this issue:

Buzzworthy (September/October 2004)

Anthony Winkler’s new book of short stories tackles life’s big questions with healthy mirth • Hilary Beckles challenges the notion of quiet little Barbados • Hollis “Chalkdust” Liverpool offers calypso lore and commentary, straight From the Horse’s Mouth • “Being Here”, a poem from Guyana-born Cyril Dabydeen’s new collection, Hemisphere of Love • Jeffrey Stollmeyer’s opinionated 1948–49 diary chronicles the West Indies cricket team’s first tour of India
Orlando Satchell, Courtesy Ladera Resort/ Orlando Satchell

Book buzz (September/ October 2004)

Anthony Winkler’s new book of short stories tackles life’s big questions with healthy mirth • Hilary Beckles challenges the notion of quiet little Barbados • Hollis “Chalkdust” Liverpool offers calypso lore and commentary, straight From the Horse’s Mouth • “Being Here”, a poem from Guyana-born Cyril Dabydeen’s new collection, Hemisphere of Love • Jeffrey Stollmeyer’s opinionated 1948–49 diary chronicles the West Indies cricket team’s first tour of India
Cover of the Annihilation of Fish and Other Stories

Music Buzz (September/ October 2004)

On True Love, Toots and the Maytals revisit their hit-strewn career with a little help from their friends • Sheldon Blackman’s 2000 album Remember Me is back — with a difference • Creole music lovers head to Dominica at the end of October • Are anglophone music fans ready for Chris Combette’s cool folk-jazz-reggae fusion? • Plus Gregory Isaacs, Sabbattical Ahdah, Jah Mason, and Luciano in our Rhythm Roundup
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