Obeah, Race and Racism: Caribbean Witchcraft in the English Imagination by Eugenia O'Neal
In Obeah, Race and Racism, Eugenia O’Neal vividly discusses the tradition of African magic and witchcraft, traces its voyage across the Atlantic and its subsequent evolution on the plantations of the New World, and provides a detailed map of how English writers, poets and dramatists interpreted it for English audiences.
This Thing That Is Not A Thing by Paulette A. Ramsay
This Thing That Is Not a Thing says a lot with little. Economy of words in fine, colourful form, these poems by Paulette A. Ramsay prompt the reader to question human perception – ways of seeing the world and ways people view each other.
Caribbean Writers on Teaching Literature by Lorna Down and Thelma Baker
Spanning three generations of teacher-writers, Caribbean Writers on Teaching Literature speaks to the emergence of a distinct body of teaching styles, approaches, methods and philosophy for teaching literature. Each generation enriched by the others has extended the field of literature teaching.
Interviewing the Caribbean Vol. 5, No. 2
Co-Editors — Opal Palmer Adisa / Juleus Ghunta
Creative Director — Steve Jones from www.plantainstudio.com
Copy Editors — Ute Kelly, Daisy Holder Lafond
Michael Abrahams, Tanya Batson-Savage, Trish Cooke, Joanne C. Hillhouse, Kei Miller, Elpedio Robinson, Olive Senior, Tanya Shirley, Yvonne Weekes + more