|Roberta Stoddart is 'The Storyteller'
'THE STORYTELLER' offers an illuminating look at the work of a gifted and courageous painter. Roberta Stoddart possesses the uncommon ability to observe and analyse herself and others in a way that unearths elemental truths about the human condition.
Literary arts - The pot
"Mi want fi go dig up di pot! It inna mi way!" the old man shirked.The children passing on their way to school had become familiar with the voice of the bed-ridden, elderly man who repeated these words every day. The children passing on their way to school had become familiar with the voice of the bed-ridden, elderly man who repeated these words every day.
Literary arts - Whatever happened to Bagga?
The rain mercilessly beats the rusting zinc roof on the hut. Bagga, hungry and weak, and angry, lies on a bed of rough wood, waiting for the rain to stop so that he can go hunting for food. For that's what Bagga, the mechanic, has been doing ever since he disappeared from Sweet Divine.
The Wordsmith - The Olympic accents
We love Usain Bolt, and we don't want anyone to say anything bad about him. However, his losing handlers have to work with him on that phony American accent.
Book Review - A family fairy tale
Long Time Walk on Water, written by Joan Barbara Simon, is a depiction of the Caribbean immigrant experience in the United Kingdom (UK) in the early 1960s. The author, born in 1966 to parents from the West Indies, lives in France and teaches English at the University of Strasbourg.