Podcast of Deborah Jack @ Miami Book Fair 2006

Deborah JackDeborah Jack, born in Amsterdam but raised in St. Martin, is a multi-media artist who works in video, painting and sound/art poetry. Jack has represented St. Martin at CARIFESTA VII in the area of Literary Arts, where she was one of the featured readers. She reads from The Rainy Season, her first published book of poems.


Deborah Jack reads “In Memento Mori,” an excerpt from The Rainy Season:

http://media.libsyn.com/media/geoffreyphilp/Podcast_of_Deborah_Jacks_Memento_Mori.mp3


If you’d like to listen to the entire reading, follow this link:

http://media.libsyn.com/media/geoffreyphilp/Podcast_of_Deborah_Jack.mp3


Here are the pictures from the reading @ Miami Book Fair International:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/51858402@N00/sets/72157594381971284/show/


Deborah’s artwork will be featured in
Rituals @ The Diaspora Vibe Gallery

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Interested in Canadian-Caribbean authors? Check out Literature Alive Online. There is great clip of Miss Lou being given a special present by her friends, and interviews with Pam Mordecai, Dany La Ferriere, Nalo Hopkinson, Honor Ford Smith, Ramabai Espintet and Afua Cooper.

http://www.literaturealiveonline.ca/content/authors_database/


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A special "give thanks" to Mad Bull, Rethabile, Kyra, and Stephen Bess for promoting my work on their blogs and the good words for Twelve Poems and A Story for Christmas.

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Comments

Stephen Bess said…
Thanks as always for the info and I give thanks for how you have helped me with your direct and indirect encouragement. This is what makes blogging such a great thing.

Peace,
Stephen
Geoffrey Philp said…
Well, Stephen, I'm almost at the end of a year og blogging, and I am amazzed at the community that blogging creates.
take care of yourself...
fireflyky said…
Hey Geoffrey, Glad to see how Mad Bull give you a boost. FYI, Part 2 deh deya.
Geoffrey Philp said…
Any help that I can get or give is always welcome.

1 Love,
Geoffrey

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