Poems from the continent of the Caribbean
Vladimir Lucien talks about the ‘cutlery of empire’ in his poem Ebb I.
Ras Mo, who works with young people on violence prevention, reads Pink and Blue.
Frank Scott sends a poem from the Spice Islands, Grenada.
Linisa George describes the bold character of Antiguans and reads In the Closet
Vahni Capildeo talks about Commonwealth values and reads her poem Utter.
Kevin Isaac regrets the destruction that comes with development in his poem Landslides.
Charvis Ferguson talks about tourism in the Turks and reads Vacation Island
Peggy Carr talks about life in St Vincent and reads her poem, Flight of the Firstborn.
Richard Georges reads Virgins, about shipping routes past and present
Leonard Dilbert reads his poem Manna
Linda Banks discusses the challenges of tourism and development in Anguilla
Howard reads his poem, Show Time, about the volcano in Montserrat's Soufrière Hills
Esther talks about her passion for teaching and reads her poem 'Word'.
Christian talks about the complex connections between Caribbean islands.
Tanya Shirley from Jamaica talks about her life in Kingston and reads 'recompense'