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· December, 2010

Stories about Guyana from December, 2010

Caribbean: environmantal atlas

Repeating Islands links to a new Latin America and the Caribbean Atlas of our Changing Environment, published by the United Nations Environment Programme, which “uses over 200 images to highlight...

Guyana: Inner Beauty

The Guyana Groove is convinced that true beauty comes from within.

Guyana: Making Connections

Guyana-Gyal is convinced that everything is connected.

Guyana: Dispensable Lives?

“Thinking about how things are in Guyana these days, particularly about how cheap human life has become”, reminds Imran Khan of a poem he penned a few years ago in...

Guyana: Time for Snow?

Guyana-Gyal thinks that snow is beautiful, but according to her best friend, “There is only one place from which to view snow. The tropics.”

Guyana: Artist Passes On

Repeating Islands notes that “Guyanese born painter and sculptor Donald Locke passed away last week…after a long battle with cancer.”

Guyana: Sun/Rain Love

Guyana-Gyal blogs beautifully about the relationship between sun and rain.

Guyana: Notes on Caribbean Writers

The Signifyin’ Woman shares her notes from a panel discussion that she attended this past weekend on the “Challenges & Choices of Caribbean Writers”.

Caribbean: Regional Reviews

The Caribbean Review of Books has some interesting reading this week.

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