Shirley Osborne turns the longstanding biblical story of Goliath on its head to tell a story about women’s resilience and overcoming in her latest book.
The Alliouagana Festival of the Word is back for its 13th rendition this November. Slated for November 18th to 20th under the theme Our Future, Our Stories, the festival will
The winning entries from the Montserrat Arts Council’s COVID-19 Song & Poetry Competition (2020) were published in ‘Harnessing Creativity in Adversity’, a book compiled by
Island Queen, a new novel by Vanessa Riley is recieving positive reviews for how it handles the story of a former Montserratian slave named Dorothy Kirwan.
This Sunday, Montserrat will be treated to poetry and conversation from three of its literary icons. The Montserrat National Trust, in collaboration with the Montserrat
Business Strategist and Founder of Truly Caribbean Academy, Nerissa Golden has released Start, Grow, Thrive: Build a Business to Last, which she calls a road
The second edition of Musical Youth by Antiguan and Barbudan author Joanne C. Hillhouse has been named as one of the top 100 Indie books
A vervet monkey named Chee Chee, a little boy who loves masquerade and a pig who lives on the beach are some of the characters