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THE CARIBBEAN SHORT STORY: CONTINUITY, INNOVATION, AND THE VOICES OF STORY WRITING (ENGLISH)

  • MDC Wolfson Campus 300 Northeast 2nd Street Miami, FL, 33132 United States (map)

The short story is a vital Caribbean literary form. Through its continuity and innovation, the short story gathers and reflects the individual and collective voices of culture and history. This panel of Caribbean short story writers and editors will consider the problems and possibilities—aesthetic, traditional, ideological, and cultural—of publishing short stories, as they also explore the ways that short fiction has changed the Caribbean literary landscape over the ages.


PANEL PARTICIPANTS

  • RHODA BHARATH
  • SHARON MILLAR
  • OLIVE SENIOR

MDC Wolfson Campus

300 NE Second Avenue
Miami, FL 33132

BUILDING: 8
FLOOR: 3
ROOM 01

ReadCaribbean programs created in partnership with Sosyete Koukouy, Bocas Literary Festival and ReadJamaica, with the support of Knight Foundation.

ReadCaribbean se yon pwogram ki fèt grasa yon tèt ansanm avèk Sosyete Koukouy, Festival Literè Bocas, e ReadJamaica. Pwogram nan jwenn soutyen nan men Knight Foundation.

Earlier Event: May 28
HAITIAN-CARIBBEAN BOOK FAIR 2016
Later Event: September 29
Ayiti Mon Amour