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Stories by Glenville Ashby - Contributor

Published:Sunday | January 5, 2020 | 12:09 AMGlenville Ashby - Contributor

In her 2014 critically acclaimed Mek Wi Laugh & Talk: An Anthology of Jamaican Poems, Donna Hart bared her concerns over the many shortcomings besetting modern society. In my review...

Published:Sunday | September 1, 2019 | 12:16 AMGlenville Ashby - Contributor

The hands of Europe and the United States have long played a role in the physical, psychological, and economic dismemberment of Africa. The Slave Trade, the 1884 Berlin Conference, and the subsequent colonisation of the continent have exacted a...

Published:Sunday | August 4, 2019 | 12:13 AMGlenville Ashby - Contributor

As a young man, Seth, a wise spirit that was channelled by the late Jane Roberts, mesmerised me. Decades later, in the heart of Brooklyn, I listened attentively as spiritual beings were conjured around banquet tables in a ceremony called Kabbalah....

Published:Sunday | June 30, 2019 | 12:19 AMGlenville Ashby - Contributor

Far Rockaway Church of Christ in Queens, New York, hailed domestic workers as an integral part of the black narrative, a narrative that is often ignored. Happy Endings , the church-sponsored play directed by Chris Spears and written by Thomas...

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