Barbados turned 50 last month. As per usual, we’ve slipped easily into Christmas-celebration mode. But many flags and banners are still up, and the roundabouts remain lit, bright enough for any festive season
The highlight for this latest update is ArtsEtc’s Annual Independence Reading List–what we affectionately refer to as The IndyList. Please do check it out below as well as a new feature on the site: The IndyList Reviews, which begins the process of posting reviews of ALL the books we’ve featured since the very first IndyList in 2006.
We’d like to thank our sponsors and Art Partners Days Books, the Frank Collymore Literary Endowment and Bajan Reporter for their ongoing support of and belief in this effort to get more people, especially Bajans, to read more of their writers and learn more about their artistic heritage.
In case you didn’t catch our other updates, here’s the rundown:
- The 2016 IndyList
- The IndyList Reviews
- Trump and the art of brinkmanship
- Taisha Carrington on hair and lynching
Hope you enjoy. When you get the chance, do let us know.
ArtsEtc. AE Books. Green Readings. Read2Me!
AE. Adventures in Everything.
Also by Robert
NOVEL And Sometimes They Fly
COMICS Great Moves