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28. April 2016

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The Business of Nation Building: Excerpts from the Selected Speeches of Douglas Orane

In The Business of Nation Building, retired Jamaican businessman/leader Douglas Orane offers a collection of the salient excerpts of his most poignant speeches, spanning 30 years and 17 topics. From Entrepreneurship to Sports, Private and Public Sector Management to Youth Development, Women, Productivity, Leadership, and the Diaspora and beyond, the book through its speeches covers [...]

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24. April 2016

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Mistress Secrets: A Memoir

Mistress Secrets: A Memoir is a riveting book that reveals the life of a Jamaican woman who has risen above poverty, rape, physical abuse and abandonment, and delves into her experiences as one man’s mistress for over 40 years. Hear the author, Iva T. Louise, discuss how she overcame life’s difficulties and why she is [...]

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6. April 2016

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Miss Lou: Louise Bennett and Jamaican Culture

Poet, performer, storyteller, singer, actress, writer, broadcaster, folklore scholar and children’s television show host are a few of the titles Louise Bennett Coverley, ‘Miss Lou’, held during her illustrious career. Her biography is presented for the first time in this book, Miss Lou: Louise Bennett and Jamaican Culture, by well-known Jamaican Poet, Mervyn Morris, who [...]

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18. August 2015

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Knotted Strings, Beautiful Bows: A Collection Of Poems (Volume 1)

This collection of poems is by Charlene Elson-Gustard, a Jamaican who grew up in Kellits/Crofts Hill in the hilly interior of rural Jamaica. She is a wife, mother and teacher who lives and works on the Vere plains. While a student at Clarendon College in Chapelton, Elson-Gustard fell in love with poetry. She began writing [...]

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7. May 2015

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Daisy McIntosh – A Book By Roger Panton

Set in a close, pre-independent rural Jamaican community, Daisy McIntosh is a gripping novel by Roger H. Panton. Is thirteen-year-old Daisy, with her mother’s knowledge, being sexually abused by her stepfather, Soldier? The answer may just change all of their lives forever. It pits family and neighbor against each other while eroding a young girl’s [...]

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9. December 2014

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The Merchant of Feathers by Tanya Shirley

Tanya Shirley recently released her second poetry collection, The Merchant of Feathers. This second collection of poems confirms why Tanya Shirley is so much in demand for readings. The stories she tells have their finger on the pulse of contemporary Jamaica in all its exuberance and brokenness. She tells these stories with a winning mixture [...]

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