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Nicholas Laughlin · September, 2007

I was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad, and am still here; I’m the editor of The Caribbean Review of Books, a bimonthly magazine; co-director of the contemporary art space Alice Yard; and programme director for the Bocas Lit Fest. I’m a writer with a particular interest in Caribbean literature and art. I’ve been blogging (sometimishly) at nicholaslaughlin.blogspot.com since October 2002, despite my occasional technophobe twinges; and more recently at Antilles, the CRB blog. You can find out more about me at my home page, nicholaslaughlin.net.

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Latest posts by Nicholas Laughlin from September, 2007

4 September 2007

Jamaica: Election “too close to call”?

In Jamaica's long-awaited elections on Monday 3rd September, the opposition party won the slimmest of majorities. With a ballot recount underway, Caribbean bloggers weigh in...

3 September 2007

Trinidad and Tobago: Port of Spain under water

The weather phenomenon subsequently named Hurricane Felix caused flooding and landslides in Trinidad and Tobago on Saturday 1 September. Blogger Attillah Springer photographed the capital, Port of Spain, under water.

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