Volume 21 • 2007


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Like its predecessors, Volume 21 offers a rich mix of art by the territory’s artists as well as poetry, short fiction, personal essays, and book reviews written by an international concert of writers and literary critics.

A special feature of in Volume 21 is an in-depth interview with Jamaican writer Wayne Brown, one of the region’s most accomplished poets and columnists.



Sirens , Jacqueline Johnson Bishop

Under the Mangoes , Jacqueline Johnson Bishop

Casha Bush (acacia macracantha) , Dax Bayard-Murray

The Archives , Berkley Wendell Semple

The Tides , Berkley Wendell Semple

Dada , Raymond St. A. Mair

Sunday Afternoon, Practicing Joy , Dana Gilkes

The Life of a Woman , Tregenza A. Roach

Today the Rain is Not Itself , Linda M. Deane

One Word , Thomas Reiter

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