Matthew Hunte · May, 2012

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Latest posts by Matthew Hunte from May, 2012

Barbados: Literary “Giants”

  18 May 2012

For BC Pires, the highlight of the launch of the inaugural Bim Literary Festival wasn't the speeches or cultural presentations but the greeting of two “literary giants.” 

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Political Letters

  4 May 2012

Vinci Kallaloo wants to know if former New Democratic Party Senator Anesia Baptiste had written a letter to Opposition Leader Arnhim Eustace in search of an appointment to Parliament much in the same way she wrote one contesting her recent dismissal.

Trinidad & Tobago: Getting Wired with Online News

  4 May 2012

Lasana Liburd is a veteran journalist based in Trinidad & Tobago. Earlier this year, he launched Wired868, an online newspaper, which for the time being specializes in football coverage in addition to some news analysis/opinion. He speaks to Global Voices about this exciting project and the impact of new technology on mainstream journalism.

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