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March 5, 2018

*The Japanese believe that lovers are united by a red string. They call it “Akai Ito,” hence the title of this short story by Scott Ting-A-Kee. With its play on gender and sexuality, this mythic dreamy tale of love is the second in our series of prose fiction by aspiri...

The novel, Elijah, by Michelle Yaa Asantewa is a literary examination of the additional struggles that Afro-Guyanese migrants like Eli Lovelace face when they are coming of age in a postmodernist multicultural metropolis. The novel does not fully confirm to the convent...

March 7, 2017

Elijah by Michelle Yaa Asantewa is one of the newest additions to the repertoire of
Guyanese literature. Her treatment of social issues such as gangs, violence, delinquency,
organized crime, narcotics, drug addiction and the desire for a sense of belonging that plagues...

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I had planned to go to Guyana later in the year as a kind pilgrimage for my 50th birthday.  A prompt from the University of Guyana that I should take...

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