It took him 11 years, but at last he's done it. Peter Ferguson last Saturday opened an exhibition and launched his book, a collection of 101 chosen prominent male changemakers in Jamaica's history.
7 of 7
The number seven is, biblically speaking, God's perfect number. Accordingly, three members of the Jamaica Guild of artists last Sunday invited four friends to complete 'Seven', an exhibition recently opened at that venue.
Literary Arts - Street Boy
The first time she saw him, he was balancing three or four trays of eggs, peering over the top to make sure he didn't miss his step. Distracted by a sound, he stopped and saw two animals locked in the final stage of mating. Placing the trays on a bench, he picked up a stick and an old paint can and tiptoed towards them.
Literary Arts - Relative Strangers
I suppose in many ways my mother is like a lot of women of her generation. They married young, stayed home to raise kids and, when the job was done, took up knitting. In many ways, I am a lot like my mother. I married young, quit my job, and stayed home to raise two beautiful boys. I have no regrets there.
Nostalgic slice of life in rural Jamaica
Silver Musgrave Meda list and renowned Jamaican author, C. EverardPalmer, has written yet another book, this one A Time To Say Goodbye Rami Johnson - The Final Chapter is the last in the Johnson family trilogy.