Worth A Visit

Here are some photos from my visit to Sturge Town. Sturge Town is located high up in the hills of St. Ann and is home to some of Jamaica’s most charming old buildings, homes and church. Sturge Town was named after Joseph Sturge, the Quaker philanthropist who advocated for the

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Books

In a move to further stimulate and develop Jamaica’s literary landscape, The Jamaican Writers Society (JaWS) have collaborated with the Jamaican Copyright Licensing Agency (JAMCOPY) to present the Lignum Vitae Writing Awards. Aimed at becoming Jamaica’s premier literary award, the Lignum Vitae Writing Awards will promote and celebrate new Jamaican

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Photos from the Edge

Thanks to Jamaican photographer Pierre Diaz for this great shot of Kingston Harbour. Did you know that Kingston harbour is the seventh largest natural harbour in the world!    

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Happening on the Edge 2015Poetry

The Department of Literatures in English invites us to a Poetry Clash!

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Worth A Visit

  So, I was wondering what the big deal was all about. Little Ochi has been around for ages and I hadn’t been in years, so long ago I couldn’t remember if I really had ever been there. It’s really off-the-beaten path for us Kingstonians and you kinda have to

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