Caribbean Week in New York with the Caribbean International Literary Festival & Friends (Shameless Plug)

Thursday, June 14, 2007 ? 6:30 PM

During Caribbean Week in New York there’s a perfect chance to interact with members of the Caribbean International Literary Festival, the Franklin H. Williams Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute and the Trinidad & Tobago Working Women?s Association as they celebrate the vivid, fruitful and diverse literary history of writers of Caribbean descent.

Marie-Elena John ? (Antigua) ? author of Unburnable

Glenville Lovell ? (Barbados) ? author of Love and Death in Brooklyn, Fire in the Canes

Rosalind McLymont ? (Guyana) ? author of Middle Ground

Elizabeth Nunez (moderator) ? (Trinidad) ? author of Prospero?s Daughter, Stories from Blue Latitudes: Caribbean Women Writers at Home and Abroad

Thursday

June 14th

6:30 pm

Caribbean Cultural Center

408 West 58th Street

New York, NY 10019

212-307-7420

Saturday, June 16, 2007 ? 4:00 PM

Here’s another opportunity to participate in Caribbean Week in New York as the Caribbean International Literary Festival, the Brooklyn Public Library and the Trinidad & Tobago Working Women?s Association celebrate the lush, expansive and indispensable literary history of writers of Caribbean descent.

Nicole Blades ? (Barbados) ? author of Earth?s Waters

Glenville Lovell ? (Barbados) ? author of Love and Death in Brooklyn, Fire in the Canes

Elizabeth Nunez? (Trinidad) ? author of Prospero?s Daughter, Stories from Blue Latitudes: Caribbean Women Writers at Home and Abroad

Eisa Nefertari Ulen – (moderator) ? (Jamaica, Barbados) author of Crystelle Mourning

Saturday

June 16th

4:00 pm

Brooklyn Public Library

Brooklyn Heights Branch

280 Cadman Plaza West

718-364-1424

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