Immerse, Literature, People, Jamaica
By Annie Paul ● Issue 135 (September/October 2015)
The book of James — Marlon James
“You know that Cormac McCarthy thing you do where you start a sentence and you add an and, and then add some words, and then another and,...
Embark, Literature, Arts, Barbados, Jamaica
By BC Pires, Philip Sander and Nicholas Laughlin ● Issue 130 (November/December 2014)
Word of mouth (November/December 2014)
King James version Nicholas Laughlin explains why a new novel by Jamaican writer Marlon James just might be the Caribbean book of the year...
Culture, Literature, Arts, Jamaica
By Kellie Magnus ● Issue 78 (March/April 2006)
Marlon James: “I went for the flying women and upside-down cows”
He’s the Sean Paul of the literary world, stirring up a firestorm in the international community from a base in Kingston, Jamaica. Marlon...
By Edward Baugh, Lisa Allen-Agostini and Jeremy Taylor ● Issue 77 (January/February 2006)
Caribbean bookshelf – January/February 2006
Freedom poems Yoruba from Cuba: Selected Poems – Nicolás Guillén, translated by Salvador Ortiz-Carboneres (Peepal Tree Press, ISBN...