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Books

Children’s Author making a Creole difference

In 2017, British children’s author Joshua Cartwright and his wife Glenda Cartwright, who is originally from Guyana, launched their first children’s book. The Granny JJ …
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Canisia Lubrin wins Caribbean literature prize

The NGC Bocas Lit Fest team hosted a virtual ceremony via...

David Kalloo, Trinidadian-born author

Trinidad-born author David Kalloo grew up in the eastern borough of...

The Caribbean Connection, The Bella & Logan series

Soca News spoke to soca lover Lorraine O'Garro, who is making...

New mystery-adventure stories in Creole bring Guyana to life for our...

What if you could have something special to remind you of...

Nobel Prize-winning British author VS Naipaul dies aged 85

British novelist Sir VS Naipaul, who won the Nobel Prize for...

Review – Bayonets, Mangoes and Beads, by Nairobi Thompson

At June’s official unveiling in Brixton of Britain’s first permanent memorial to the contribution made by servicemen and women from Africa and the Caribbean
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ACUK to launch Calypso in London book on 26 October

This year the London Calypso Tent enjoyed its best season yet. Now it has even more reason celebrate

A New Beacon

New Beacon, the black bookshop established back in 1966, has reopened after a six week refurbishment process

Belvidere Estate – Fedon’s House, by Herman G Hall

Sometimes a newspaper headline tells you all you need to know about a story

New Beacon Books shines on

Finsbury Park’s famous Black bookshop, New Beacon Books (NBB), celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2016
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