Category: Diana McCaulay

RIO TINTO SAYS SORRY

So on Jamaica’s 2020 Independence Day, if we’re going to entertain the argument that statues are part of a painful history which cannot be unwritten, and therefore should remain standing, then let’s be consistent about the history written on the landforms themselves because these too are our monuments, and they deserve our recognition, respect and protection.

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Diana McCaulay

For myself, I’m trying to listen, to learn, to read, and to realize not just in my head but in my heart that my own discomfort, even hurt, is infinitesimal compared to the hurt and threat and violence experienced in black lives, here and elsewhere.

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Editorial
ANNIE PAUL

NON-FICTION

Caribbean Virgins, Caribbean Whores: Unlacing Goodness / Dismantling Perversion
SHIVANEE RAMLOCHAN

A Story. A Story. Let it Come. Let it Go.
LISE K. RAGBIR

FICTION

Journey to Ashes
JOY MAHABIR

Rooted
ADAM ANDREWS

The Long Walk Home
SUZANNE BHAGAN

Duppy Conqueror 
LAFLEUR COCKBURN

POETRY

From “A Suite of 7 for Belizean Artistry”
UBALDIMIR GUERRA

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RONALDO MOHAMMED

Millie’s Song
SONIA WILLIAMS

After Ananda
CORINNE BINNINGS

Let Me Sleep Where Touch-Me-Nots Bloom
DEMOY LINDO

CONVERSATIONS

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ARTWORKS

Sexually Expressed, Violently Possessed
CAROL-ANNE MCFARLANE