|Visual culture of Jamaica's tourism
WITHIN THE past 20 years, visual expressions have become more increasingly popular than verbal and textual expressions in appreciating worldwide cultures. As Jamaicans become more sensitised to the definition of art, Couples Resorts ensures an indelible impression of Jamaica's art as visual culture.
Literary arts - Rosie's Baby
No wind stirred the leaves of the trees he passed. And Dennis thought that it was as if the leaves knew; they hung lifelessly in the still air. Rain had fallen earlier and he was navigating around pools of water and picking his way through muck and mud, searching for the harder portions of the dirt road.
Book review - A wonderfully entertaining novel
Jamaican-born Margaret Cezair-Thompson, a creative writing instructor at Wellesley College in Massachusetts, tells a wonderfully entertaining fictional tale about May Josephine Flynn, the daughter of the swashbuckling movie star Errol Flynn in this 394-page book.
Literary arts - The Candidate
Men discuss affairs over a glass at Lim Shin's betting shop, while the women gossip; never mind that the subject matter is the same. The hike in fares on the market truck. The cutting up of government land for lease. Cuban doctors giving free health care. Men twirl their glasses on the counter and talk about 'who thief who'.