This is an exerpt from Martin Mordecai’s new novel, Blue Mountain Trouble. You can read YardEdge’s interview with the author here. “Goat” For Pollyread and Jackson, walking down to school around the same time each morning was the same and slightly different. The twins lived in Top Valley, a village
YardEdge talks to Canadian-based Jamaican author Martin Mordecai about his life, philosophies and his latest work entitled Blue Mountain Trouble. YardEdge: Why are you a writer? Martin: I’m a little uneasy at calling myself ‘a writer’, though I’ve been putting it on official forms for the past year or so,
Here’s an interesting video interview with a young Jamaican artist, Ebony G. Patterson who recently had an exhibition entitled “Gangstas, Disciplez + Doiley Boyz” which recently closed at the CAGe gallery, Edna Manley College.
Charl Baker The Liguanea Festival of Fine Art & Photography, held today at Liguanea Plaza in Kingston, showcased over eighty primarily Jamaican artists (some of whom live abroad) and included painters, photographers, sculptors and potters.
On Thursday, April 16th, the Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music (CPR) in association with People of Black Heritage and ZYNC TV hosted another in its forum series this time addressing the question “Do radio deejays contribute to the state of popular Jamaican music?”