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Author Lee-Ann Liles Releases New Book

Author Lee-Ann Liles Releases New Book

A newly published book titled The Hunger: A Guide to Nonfiction Writing by Lee-Ann Liles is now available at locations including Brown & Co., Bermuda Bookstore and the Bermuda College bookstore. The book’s cover says, “‘The Hunger’ is defined by the author as the drive to write, a desire to get thoughts and ideas on the page. If you have... Read more of this article

CSG To Host UNESCO World Poetry Day

CSG To Host UNESCO World Poetry Day

The Corporation of St. George [CSG] will be hosting its annual UNESCO World Poetry Day on Monday, March 21st. Town Manager and Secretary Candy-Lee Foggo said, “ The event will take place in King’s Square, beginning at 12 p.m. “World Poetry Day has been held annually on 21st March since 1999, when it was adopted by the United Nations, with... Read more of this article

Nancy Anne Miller In Jamaica Sunday Observer

Nancy Anne Miller In Jamaica Sunday Observer

Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller was recently interviewed by Jacqueline Bishop, a noted Jamaican artist and Peepal Tree press author, for Bookends, a weekend feature of Jamaica’s Sunday Observer. The article says, “Today, Bookends presents the second in this year’s series of conversations, rebranded #Onecaribbean from the original #Inconversation,... Read more of this article

“From The Pink Sands” Book Now Available

“From The Pink Sands” Book Now Available

A newly published book titled From The Pink Sands by Bermudian Rhys Campbell is now available. The book’s description says, “In traditional chapbook fashion, From The Pink Sands is a concise 11 poems. It is the debut poetry release by Bermudian Rhys Campbell. Rhys grew up in Cardiff, Wales – the place that molded him to be the person he... Read more of this article

Writers Invited To Submit Poetry For Biennial

Writers Invited To Submit Poetry For Biennial

Writers are invited to submit poetry in recognition of the 15th Bermuda Biennial, and the Department of Culture is partnering with the BNG to hold a series of workshops for writers to create new works for the Biennial. A Government spokesperson said, “The Department of Culture invites writers to celebrate the New Year by giving voice to Bermuda’s... Read more of this article

‘This Is What We Call Home’ Book Available

‘This Is What We Call Home’ Book Available

A newly published book titled This is What We Call ‘Home’ by Lee-Ann Liles is now available. Ms Liles said, “This is the release of my third book, This is What We Call ‘Home’, which is a book of poetry that I wrote in high school and about 30 years on I am publishing it. I have been steadily writing and publishing since then, publishing poetry... Read more of this article

Video: Carys Caisey’s ‘A Prayer For Our Nation’

Video: Carys Caisey’s ‘A Prayer For Our Nation’

Carys Caisey has written a prayer poem entitled ‘A Prayer For Our Nation,’ with an associated video uploaded to the YouTube channel of St. Mark’s Church. The poem says, “Our island home is burdened, Lord. With grief more than we can afford. Each day we hear of many more who’ve suffered so, now at your door. “We... Read more of this article

Andra Simons Releases “Turtlemen” Book

Andra Simons Releases “Turtlemen” Book

Bermudian Andra Simons has released Turtlemen, “a book of prose, poem and play arising from generations of a people who were isolated on the mid-Atlantic island of Bermuda, a people torn from their continent and severed from their ancestral stories.” The Copy Press website said, “Turtlemen… a myth born from the loss of myth. A book... Read more of this article

Bermuda Festival To Feature Yesha Townsend

Bermuda Festival To Feature Yesha Townsend

The Bermuda Festival is set to feature Yesha Townsend’s “8 Minute Delay” on the virtual stage tomorrow [Sept 11]. A spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Festival is excited to feature Yesha Townsend’s 8 Minute Delay next on the virtual stage this Saturday, September 11th, at 8pm. “Ms. Townsend was most recently recognized for... Read more of this article

Miller’s Poems Published In Sargasso Journal

Miller’s Poems Published In Sargasso Journal

Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller has three poems in the latest edition of Sargasso Journal, which is published by the University of Puerto Rico. A spokesperson said, “Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller’s poems have been included in the latest edition of Sargasso Journal which is published by the University of Puerto Rico. “Sargasso Journal... Read more of this article

Nancy Anne Miller’s Poetry Collection Published

Nancy Anne Miller’s Poetry Collection Published

Nancy Anne Miller’s ninth poetry collection, titled Latitude, Longitude, has been published by Kelsay Books. A spokesperson said, “Nancy Anne Miller’s ninth poetry collection, Latitude, Longitude, has been published by Kelsay Books. The following comments have been made about the collection by noted Caribbean writers: “The currents... Read more of this article

Miller’s Hurricane Humberto Poem Published

Miller’s Hurricane Humberto Poem Published

Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller will have two of her poems published in adda, a London based magazine that publishes Commonwealth writers. The statement about the intention of the journal says, “adda is run by Commonwealth Writers, the Cultural Programme of the Commonwealth Foundation. We publish writing by Commonwealth citizens in a range of... Read more of this article

Bermuda Poet Miller Publishes New Collection

Bermuda Poet Miller Publishes New Collection

Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller has recently published the eighth collection of her verse, Tide Tables. American/French poet George Hobson says the poems collected in her new book represent, in part, an “impassioned quest to express her several cultural allegiances, to Bermuda, England, and America.” In an advance review of Tide Tables... Read more of this article