Robert Edison Sandiford’s newest book is the memoir/travelogue Sand for Snow: A Caribbean-Canadian Chronicle. Philip Sander, writing in Caribbean Beat, calls it “a thoughtful, modest, and quietly moving exploration of that reverse journey” from the country of the author’s birth to that of his parents’.

Gordon Morrow is at work on a new fantasy series entitled Dead Guys, featuring fun-loving vampires and “the usual weird stuff.” He recently submitted some chapters to a couple of publishers just to get a rise out of them.

Carolle Bourne is tackling her first novel, a story about fathers and daughters in St. Vincent. In between, she finds time to pen the odd poem, and plays mother hen to a dog and seven cats.




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