Tea by the Sea, Donna Heman’s second novel, will be published by Red Hen Press in June 2020. The winner of the 2015 JaWS JAMCOPY Lignum Vitae Award for unpublished manuscripts Heman’s new novel is an important addition to the world of books from the Caribbean. Below is an interview with Donna Hemans, who is also a member of PREE’s editorial team, by Annie Paul along with a brief essay on the image she chose to use on the cover of Tea by the Sea.Continue reading “An Interview and cover reveal with Donna Hemans, author of Tea by the Sea”
TOWNSEND MONTILLA, GABRIEL PARADA, FRANK FLANAGAN, WILFREDO R. SANTIAGO HERNÁNDEZ, ILLIANIZ ROMAN ORTIZ, PABLO D RAMÓN-RIVERA, AIDA E. HERNÁNDEZ FIGUEROA, ROBERTO BUNTING, GABRIEL VIVAS AND LORETTA COLLINS KLOBAH
Jamaican fiction writer, poet and performer Marcia Douglas discusses her novel The Marvellous Equations of the Dread: A Novel in Bass Riddim.
Marcia Douglas grew up in Jamaica. She is the author of the novels The Marvellous Equations of the Dread (New Directions, 2018; Peepal Tree Press 2016), Notes from a Writer’s Book of Cures and Spells (Peepal Tree Press, 2005), and Madam Fate (Soho Press, 1998), as well as a poetry collection, Electricity Comes to Cocoa Bottom (Peepal Tree Press, 1999). Douglas’s work has appeared in journals and anthologies internationally. Her awards include a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, and a Poetry Book Society Recommendation. The Marvellous Equations of the Dread was longlisted for the 2016 Republic of Consciousness Prize and the 2017 OCM Bocas Prize for Caribbean Literature. She is on faculty at the University of Colorado, Boulder, where she teaches creative writing and Caribbean literature.
ARI ALANNAH HERNÁNDEZ (AH), CHARLOTTE LÓPEZ (CL), MICHELLE RAMOS (MR), NILO MAHATMA CAITUIRO MONGE (NM), LORETTA COLLINS KLOBAH (LCK)
Richard Georges is the author of the debut poetry collection Make Us All Islands (Shearsman, 2017), which was shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best First Collection, and Giant (Platypus Press, 2018). He won the Marvin Williams Prize for Caribbean Literature in 2015. His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Prelude, Smartish Pace, decomP, The Puritan, WILDNESS, The Caribbean Writer, The Rusty Toque, The Poetry Review, Wasafiri, and elsewhere. He is a founding editor of the online journal Moko: Caribbean Arts and Letters. He lives and works in the British Virgin Islands.