Topic Tag: Calabash International Literary Festival

Embark, Festivals and Events, Literature, Music, Travel, Jamaica, St. Lucia

Word of mouth (May/June 2016)

Jazz for the people Laura Dowrich on how St Lucia Jazz, celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary, brings artists and audiences close...

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Literature, Reviews

Book reviews (January/February 2009)

The Wailers: a Family Man affair Books on Bob Marley are a dime a dozen, but here comes one with a difference. Wailin’ Blues: The Story...

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Culture, Festivals and Events, Literature, Jamaica

How to be cool at the Calabash

Here’s how to do the Calabash International Literary Festival, the self-proclaimed “best little festival in the best little village in...

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Culture, Festivals and Events, Literature, Jamaica

Calabash 2007: a pot of gold

The winner of the 21st Commonwealth Writers’ Prize will be announced on May 27 at the Calabash International Literary Festival in...

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Literature, Reviews

Book Buzz (May/June 2005)

The Carnival is over Carnival Robert Antoni (Black Cat, ISBN 0-8021-7005-6, 297 pp) “Laurence de Boissière was once the tennis champion...

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Immerse, Culture, Festivals and Events, Literature

Booking round the islands: Caribbean literary festivals

The Caribbean’s cultural calendar overflows with carnivals and music events. But recently a new crop of literature festivals has also...

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Culture, Festivals and Events, Literature, Jamaica

The Calabash runs dry

The news that the Calabash International Literary Festival in Jamaica will not be happening this May was greeted with disappointment not...

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