Jamaican authors Pamela Mordecai and Kellie Magnus will be participating in this book festival in Brooklyn, New York on June 6th. Pamela Mordecai will be reading from her new book, Red Jacket. About Red Jacket Available: February 28, 2015 TAP Book (Distributed by Dundurn) 9781459729407 “Growing up on the Caribbean
Renown Jamaican author, Pamela Mordecai will be reading from her collection of poetry, Subversive Sonnets, this Saturday at 2pm at Bookland, 53 Knutsford Blvd. Ms. Mordecai hasn’t read in Jamaica since 2001! See Subversive Sonnets for an interview with Pamela Mordecai.
YardEdge talks to Pamela Mordecai about her latest collection of poems, Subversive Sonnets. YE: Tell us about your new book, Subversive Sonnets. PCM: It’s a collection of poetry, my fifth and the most challenging to write. It’s been long in the making. My books are usually about five years apart,
Jamaican author and poet, Pamela Mordecai launches her fifth collection of poems entitled Subversive Sonnets on Thursday, September 20th, 6:30-8:30pm at Beit Zatoun House, 612 Markham Street, Toronto (Bathurst Station, beside Honest Eds). Admission is free; there will be a reading, book signing and light refreshments. About Subversive Sonnets: These
YardEdge talks to Jamaican writer and poet, Pamela Mordecai about her work and upcoming play, El Numero Uno which opens in Toronto on January 31. The play was directed by ahdri zhina mandiela, a Jamaican born, Toronto based dub poet and theatre producer. YE: Why are you a writer? Pamela: