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· May, 2010

Stories about Literature from May, 2010

Jamaica: Red

“The term ‘red'…has had a long and dishonorable reputation in the Americas”: Jamaican litblogger Geoffrey Philp seeks to change this through a poem in which “the speaker…turns away from the...

St. Lucia, Haiti: Talking to Dauphin

St. Lucia's Caribbean Book Blog interviews Haitian writer Lili Dauphin.

Guyana: Articulate Voice

Signifyin’ Guyana blogs about Guyanese writer Grace Nichols and her poetic tongue, saying that in her work, she “continues to produce articulate speakers who tell the stories of women’s lives…”

Panama: Lucy Cristina Chau Wins Central American Literature Prize

Panamanian writer Lucy Cristina Chau was recently awarded with the Rogelio Sinán Central American Prize for Literature, notes the blog Literatura Panameña Hoy [es].

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