This short story competition is open for all persons of the Caribbean and Central American diaspora. Information on eligibility will be provided this Oct. 15.
“Monster in the Middle” moves across decades ... (and) shows how one couple’s romance is intrinsically influenced by the family lore and love stories that preceded their own pairing.
81C in historic Charlotte Amalie is hosting a ticketed author appearance event for Tiphanie Yanique, in celebration of her new publication Monster in the Middle.
Artist Bryan McKinney will hold two figure drawing sketch classes on Friday, Oct. 1 on the open-air deck of the Coral Bay Caribbean Oasis restaurant on St. John.
This grant provides funds for COVID-related costs to established art organizations, such as: salary support, fees/stipends for contractual personnel, facilities costs, such as rent and utilities, and other things.
Grants of up to $20,000 are available to facilitate the recovery of humanities organizations and humanities programming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Caribbean Writer has issued a call for artwork submissions to grace the cover and interior sections of volume 36 under the 2021 theme: “Disruption, Disguise and Illuminations.”
The Caribbean Writer (TCW) has issued a call for submissions for Volume 36 under the 2021 theme: “Disruption, Disguise and Illuminations.” Writers are invited to offer for consideration creative works exploring this theme in its widest permutations.
Virgin Islands Council on the Arts secured $23,000 for its project “Seniors Staying Connected.”
Tiphanie Yanique’s new novel, “Monster in the Middle,” takes the reader on a generational love journey that spans some of America’s most perilous moments.