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The Caribbean Writer Announces Prize Winners for Volume 37

The Caribbean Writer (TCW), an international, refereed literary journal published by the University of the Virgin Islands (UVI), College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences each year, has announced its prize winners for Volume 37 published in December 2023.

Poem “Happy New Year” by Sandra C. Bradley

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CFVI Seeks Nominations for 2024 National Book Festival

CFVI) is seeking public input to help select the USVI Center for the Book's 2024 Great Read submissions to represent the territory at the National Book Festival in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, Aug. 24.

Caroline Rogers’ New Book Captures Images of Sea and Sky; Book Signings on Dec. 14 and 19 at Boulon Gallery

Every few years, someone in the Virgin Islands publishes a book of nature photography that is bound to become a classic, a book that reminds locals about why they love where they live and stirs up the longing to return among those who have come and gone.

The Caribbean Writer Releases Volume 37

Volume 37 boasts insightful and exciting poetry, short stories, personal essays, interviews and book reviews by established, as well as emerging, writers from within the Caribbean and its diaspora.  Through the 2023 theme, each submission contends with ideas percolating in the region and its diaspora with

‘The Queens of Spade,’ a Poem and Analysis by Winston Nugent

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O.D. Alexander Reviews ‘I Paved the Way for Real Divas’ by Arthur Petersen

Arthur Petersen is a product of the Virgin Islands Public Schools and has worked as a paraprofessional for 20 years. He explores the world of select women in classical music from the early 1800s to the present. The book is divided into three parts.

Review: “Masqueraders, Musicians and the Old Time St. Croix Christmas Festival”

O.D. Alexander reviews “Masqueraders, Musicians and the Old Time St. Croix Christmas Festival” by Dr. Karen C. Thurland.

Come Home to St. Croix 2023 Opens at Whim Museum

Come Home to St. Croix is a very “inclusive celebration” that was started 13 years ago in 2011 by the Landmarks Society of St. Croix. On Sunday afternoon, in the heat of the day, folks found their way to the celebration on the grounds of the Whim Plantation Museum.

Poem “At What Price?” by Sandra C. Bradley

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‘Portal’ Celebrates 175th Anniversary of VI Emancipation With Poetry and Photography

As part of this celebration, Tiphanie Yanique and Stephanie Hanlon, with the support of the Virgin Islands Head Curator Monica Marin, have crafted a book of poetry and photography called “Portal.”

Bajo El Sol Gallery to Host Launch Party to Celebrate 5th Volume of ‘Forgotten Lands – The Haunted Tropics’

“Forgotten Lands” is a collection of artists showcasing authentic Caribbean art, culture and dialogue. Interconnecting the diverse people and cultures, and showcasing the region’s unique history.

‘Fish and Fungi: The National Dish of the V.I.,’ a Poem by Winston Nugent

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Poem “My Hurricane Season Prayer” by Sandra C. Bradley

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Teacher from St. Croix Announces Second Book in ‘Adventures of Khari’ Series

St. Croix native Julio Petersen III, an elementary school teacher in Houston, Texas, has announced the publication of his second book in his children’s series, “The Adventures of Khari.”

CFVI Selects Two Books to Represent USVI Literary Heritage for Library of Congress Center for the Book

The selection process for USVI's Great Reads began in March with CFVI opening a public nomination form for community members to submit book recommendations. All nominations were reviewed and scored by a group of local experts in the literary field who recommended the final selections.

Two Book Signings Planned on St. John for Author Margie Smith Holt

Every so often, someone with a sharp eye and a way with words lands in a unique locale, pays attention and then nails it in print. Such is the case with Margie Smith Holt who fled to Coral Bay in 2004, and in a surge of liberation following a heartbreak, flung herself into a world that seemed to exist beyond the bounds of time – until Hurricane Irma did its worst in 2017.

Caribbean Magazine Plus Announces Short Story, 2022 Contest Winners

The award ceremony will be held at 10:30 a.m., April 29, on the Caribbean Magazine Plus Facebook page.

Poem “My Carnival Wish” by Sandra C. Bradley

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V.I. Lit Fest 2023 Announces Author Lineup, Workshops

Charmaine Wilkerson, New York Times bestselling author of “Black Cake,” will headline the V.I. Literary Festival and Book Fair, taking place as a hybrid event April 13 to 16 on St. Croix with the theme, “Carrying: Recognition and Repair.”

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