Events

Except where otherwise indicated, events take place in the National Library and Old Fire Station and are free of charge.
Day 1
25 Apr 2018
Day 2
26 Apr 2018
Day 3
27 Apr 2018
Day 4
28 Apr 2018
Day 5
29 Apr 2018

Workshop: Preserving your documentary heritage

2018 NALIS Presents / 2018 Workshops / Read More
Preserving your documentary heritage, with Danielle Fraser, NALIS conservator. In partnership with NALIS.
Danielle Fraser

First Time Authors

2018 NALIS Presents / Read More
Presentation by NALIS of tokens to first-time authors, 2017–2018. Bookmark

Workshop: Writing the erotic, with Monique Roffey

2018 Workshops / Read More
The OCM Bocas Prize-winning author, author of The Tryst, leads a masterclass in addressing the subject of the erotic in fiction and life-writing. In partnership with Wasafiri. Workshop Fee: $100,...
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Monique Roffey

Workshop: Writers First

2018 Workshops / 2018 Writers First / Read More
A series of free seminars for budding and self-published authors on crucial aspects of the book business.

Film: Books and the night (Los Libros y la Noche)

2018 CineLit / Read More
A film on the life of one of Argentina’s greatest writers, Jorge Luis Borges, based on his thoughts, ideology and literary works.

Film: Land and Shade (La tierra y la sombra)

2018 CineLit / Read More
Battling illness, poverty and family breakdown, Alfonso and his family reunite to face one of their worst struggles to survive the drudgery and hardship of the sugarcane workers’ daily life.

Film: Eternal Ashes (Cenizas Eternas)

2018 CineLit / Read More
An accident in the 1950s on the mythical Orinoco River in Venezuela destines Ana to live with the Yanomami tribe. Her daughter Elena cannot accept her disappearance and ventures into...
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Backchat: Port of Spain

2018 Words Alive / Read More
Celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the groundbreaking, first-ever Caribbean LGBT literary reading. With drinks, music, sizzling stories, and penetrating poems. Curated by Colin Robinson. Bookmark
Colin Robinson

Island Futures: An Island State of Mind

2018 Big Ideas / Read More
Climate change, the world economy, migration —tricky issues like these raise questions about the sustainability of small island societies. With a special focus on island perspectives running through the 2018 festival, we open with a high-level debate on hopes and possibilities for islands like ours. With a wake-up performance by Deneka Thomas.
Alexander Girvan
Deneka Thomas
Mark Loquan
Philip Nanton
Sharifa Ali-Abdullah

Burt Award Showcase

2018 Words Alive / 2018 Young Bocas / Read More
Readings by and conversation with the 2018 finalists Imam Baksh, Shakirah Bourne and Elizabeth Jones, introduced and chaired by Janet Smyth. In partnership with CODE. Now in its fifth year,...
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Elizabeth J. Jones
Imam Baksh
Janet Smyth
Shakirah Bourne

Workshop: A life into fiction, with Anthony Joseph

2018 Workshops / Read More
The author of Kitch, a new novel based on the life of T&T’s iconic calypsonian, leads a workshop on the arts of fictional biography and biographical fiction. Workshop Fee: $100,...
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Anthony Joseph

One-on-One with Alex Wheatle

2018 Words Alive / 2018 Young Bocas / Read More
Alex Wheatle reads from his celebrated young adult novels and talks to Carolyn Cooper about the importance of representing diverse communities on the page. Bookmark
Alex Wheatle
Carolyn Cooper

Extempo Debate: Island Life

2018 Big Ideas / Read More
Master calypsonians Black Sage and Myron B debate the positives and negatives of life in a small island country, and what the future may hold.
Black Sage
Myron B

Chocolate Walking Tour

2018 Big Ideas / Read More
Books and chocolate. Rum and chocolate. Dreams and chocolate. A specially conceived tour for NGC Bocas Lit Fest patrons starts with viewing documents in the Heritage Library collection to comprehend...
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Film: Pacific Voices

2018 CineLit / 2018 Young Bocas / Read More
Six short films tell the stories of young people in Papua New Guinea and Tonga. In partnership with Commonwealth Writers.

The Lunchtime Jam

2018 Say It Loud / 2018 Words Alive / Read More
An open mic event for all. Featuring some of T&T’s best new talent.  Bookmark

Secret Lives: Why literary archives matter

2018 Big Ideas / Read More
Scholars Alison Donnell and Evelyn O’Callaghan and writers Kei Miller, Lorna Goodison and Sharon Millar discuss the value of Caribbean literary archives and the challenges of identifying and preserving a writer’s “papers” in the digital age.
Alison Donnell
Evelyn O’Callaghan
Kei Miller
Sharon Millar

Burt Award: Celebrating our 2017 winners

2018 Words Alive / 2018 Young Bocas / Read More
Viviana Prado-Núñez, Kevin Jared Hosein, and Lisa Allen-Agostini, 2017 CODE’s Burt Award winners, launch their new books The Art of White Roses, The Beast of Kukuyo, and Home Home. In...
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Kevin Jared Hosein
Lisa Allen-Agostini
Viviana Prado-Núñez

Salon

2018 Big Ideas / Read More
Tracey Baptiste, author of the Jumbies series for young readers, on traditional folklore as subject matter for fiction writers. Bookmark
Tracey Baptiste

Workshop: Short fiction, with Jacob Ross

2018 Workshops / Read More
The Grenadian writer and Peepal Tree Press associate editor leads a masterclass in short fiction, a literary form with a celebrated place in the Caribbean canon. In partnership with Wasafiri....
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Jacob Ross

Windham Campbell Prizes Present: Erna Brodber

2018 Words Alive / Read More
The iconic Jamaican novelist and anthropologist Erna Brodber talks to Evelyn O’Callaghan about the range of her life’s creative work. Bookmark
Erna Brodber
Evelyn O’Callaghan

Take Two: Ingrid Persaud and Celeste Mohammed

2018 Words Alive / Read More
Ingrid Persaud and Celeste Mohammed, both recent winners of international prizes for their short fiction, discuss the art of the Caribbean short story with Ira Mathur. Bookmark
Celeste Mohammed
Ingrid Persaud
Ira Mathur

Robber Talk

2018 Words Alive / Read More
A celebration of the Midnight Robber, one of T&T’s indigenous performance traditions. Writers Vahni Capildeo, Rhoda Bharath and Colin Robinson read new pieces inspired by the art of robber talk, and a master Midnight Robber delivers sinister news and topical commentary.
Colin Robinson
Damian Whiskey
Rhoda Bharath
Vahni Capildeo

Film: Don’t forget tomorrow (Mañana no te olvides)

2018 CineLit / Read More
Widowed Roberto, suffering from Alzheimer’s, goes to live with his daughter’s family and unexpectedly he and his grandson, 22 year old Jan who has Downs Syndrome, find a new closeness and solace in each other.

Meet The Naipauls

2018 Words Alive / Read More
The launch of Savi Naipaul Akal’s family memoir, The Naipauls of Nepaul Street, featuring the author in conversation with Jeremy Poynting, plus readings by Bhoe Tewarie. Bookmark
Bhoendradatt Tewarie
Jeremy Poynting
Savitri (Savi) Naipaul Akal

Film: Matamoros (La Matamoros)

2018 CineLit / Read More
1940s factory worker Marta Matamoros became a pioneering unionist fighting for the rights of Panamanians. Incorruptible and unbending despite imprisonment, she achieved the minimum wage and maternity leave for workers.  Her former sister-in-arms recounts her inspiring life story with love and admiration.

Film: Unfinished Sentences

2018 CineLit / Read More
The Trinidad and Tobago premiere of Mariel Brown’s feature film about her late father, writer Wayne Brown.

Film: The Feast of the Goat (La Fiesta del Chivo)

2018 CineLit / Read More
Film version of Nobel Prize-winner Mario Vargas Llosa’s best-selling novel, telling the story of Urania Cabral an independent-minded Manhattan lawyer who, after 30 years, returns to the Dominican Republic to...
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An Island State Of Mind: So Many Islands

2018 Words Alive / Read More
Tracy Assing and Jacob Ross, contributors to the groundbreaking anthology So Many Islands, in a conversation about what makes “island” writing unique. Chaired by Nicholas Laughlin. In partnership with Commonwealth...
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Jacob Ross
Nicholas Laughlin
Tracy Assing

Tribute: The legacies of Wayne Brown

2018 Words Alive / Read More
The late Trinidadian poet, fiction-writer, editor and mentor left an indelible stamp on contemporary Caribbean letters — as attested by his daughter, filmmaker Mariel Brown, and writers Sharon Millar, Keith...
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Kei Miller
Keith Jardim
Mariel Brown
Sharon Millar

Workshop: The spoken syllabus, with Derron Sandy

2018 Workshops / Read More
A special workshop for secondary school teachers and students, demonstrating how to use performance poetry to teach the CSEC English syllabus, led by one of T&T’s most accomplished spoken word...
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Derron Sandy

One-on-One with Afua Hirsch

2018 Big Ideas / 2018 Words Alive / Read More
The UK journalist, author of Brit(ish): On Race, Identity and Belonging, talks to Marina Salandy-Brown about nationalism and ethnic tensions in contemporary Britain, 70 years after the arrival of the...
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Afua Hirsch

Film And Discussion: Calypso and the World?

2018 Big Ideas / Read More
A documentary on the life and career of the greatest exponent of calypso from Costa Rica, Walter Ferguson, “Calypso King” of Cahuita, followed by a talk on the international reach...
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Film: Ferguson, the Troubador of Cahuita (Ferguson, El Trovador de Cahuita)

2018 CineLit / Read More
A documentary on the life and career of the greatest exponent of calypso from Limón, Walter Ferguson, “Calypso King” of Costa Rica’s Caribbean region. Panel Discussion to follow the screening...
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Chocolate Walking Tour

2018 Big Ideas / Read More
Books and chocolate. Rum and chocolate. Dreams and chocolate. A specially conceived tour for NGC Bocas Lit Fest patrons starts with viewing documents in the Heritage Library collection to comprehend...
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Stand And Deliver

2018 Say It Loud / Read More
Our signature event for new and budding writers welcomes young voices to share their stories and concerns. Bookmark

Discussion: Pan, present and future

2018 Big Ideas / Read More
The state of our national instrument, and its possible futures, discussed by pan arranger Jeannine Remy, musician Johann Chuckaree, Nestor Sullivan of Pamberi, and journalist Mark Lyndersay, chaired by Sunity...
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Johan Chuckaree
Mark Lyndersay
Nestor Sullivan
Sunity Maharaj

NALIS Tour

2018 NALIS Presents / Read More
Meet at the NALIS booth, Library Rotunda. Bookmark

Take Two: Adalber Salas Hernández and Michael Kelleher

2018 Words Alive / Read More
Poets Adalber Salas Hernández of Venezuela and Michael Kelleher of the US read from work ranging from meditations on the nature of art to personal dilemmas in troubled times; chaired...
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Adalber Salas Hernández
Michael Kelleher
Nicholas Laughlin

Workshop: Character and story development for YA fiction

2018 Workshops / Read More
Celebrated YA author Alex Wheatle leads a masterclass in the fundamentals of creating compelling characters and gripping plot. Workshop Fee: $100.00 (payable in cash at the door) This session is...
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Alex Wheatle

Take Three: Keep it Short

2018 Words Alive / Read More
Grenadian Jacob Ross and Trinidadians Jennifer Rahim and Keith Jardim read from and discuss their short fiction with a sharp eye on the perils and politics of the contemporary Caribbean;...
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Jacob Ross
Jennifer Rahim
Jeremy Poynting
Keith Jardim

Film: The Life and Times of Benny Moré (El Benny)

2018 CineLit / Read More
The dramatic life of Cuba’s great musician Benny Moré during the 1950s is captured in this fictional account that includes new versions of his songs performed by Chucho Valdes, Juan...
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One-on-One With David Chariandy

2018 Words Alive / Read More
The author of Brother, winner of the Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize, talks to Kelly Baker Josephs about his novels turning family history into investigations of community and identity. Bookmark
David Chariandy
Kelly Baker Josephs

Take Two: Writing Back Home

2018 Words Alive / Read More
US-based TT poets Mervyn Taylor and Lauren K. Alleyne read from their work and discuss the challenges and responsibilities of immigrant writers in the age of Trump. Chaired by Joanne...
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Joanne V. Gabbin
Lauren K. Alleyne
Mervyn Taylor

Film/ World Premiere: Moving pictures and borders

2018 CineLit / Read More
World Premiere: six poets and 6 filmmakers in 6 countries pair up for a series of new poetry films on the theme of “inheritance”, matching words and images across borders.
Danielle Boodoo-Fortuné

Film: Death by a Thousand Cuts

2018 CineLit / Read More
The brutal murder of a Dominican park-ranger, Eligio Eloy Varga, becomes the metaphor for increasing tension between Haiti and the Dominican Republic over illicit charcoal exploitation and mass deforestation. In...
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Always Lit: A big night of literature and music at the Big Black Box

2018 Words Alive / Read More
Four extraordinary new books make their debut! Join us for the launch of Thicker Than Water, a new anthology of fiction, poems, and creative non-fiction by Hollick Arvon Prize finalists,...
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Anthony Joseph
Barbara Jenkins
Danielle Boodoo-Fortuné

Film: The Bride (La Novia)

2018 CineLit / Read More
Two men, one woman, one wedding and one desire. The story of a passion that destroys the lives of those who suffer the tragedy of a forbidden love. A film full of poetry and cinematic beauty based on Federico García Lorca’s famous drama, Bodas de Sangre (Blood Wedding). 

One-On-One With Romesh Gunesekera

2018 Words Alive / Read More
The renowned Sri Lankan writer talks to Susheila Nasta about his life and work spanning continents and oceans. Bookmark
Romesh Gunesekera
Sushiela Nasta

Workshop: Writing the divine, with Kaveh Akbar

2018 Workshops / Read More
The experience of the divine is essential to many, but how does this translate into literature? One of the most celebrated emerging US poets leads a workshop exploring the question....
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Kaveh Akbar

Film: Green Days by the River

2018 CineLit / Read More
Adaptation of the popular 1950s coming-of-age novel by T&T writer Michael Anthony in which 15-year old Shell, growing up in rural Trinidad falls into a love triangle, despite his failing...
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Take Three: Island to Island

2018 Words Alive / Read More
The personal becomes the political in the poems of UK Poet Raymond Antrobus, OCM Bocas Prize-longlisted Bahamian Sonia Farmer and Forward Prize-shortlisted Richard Georges of the British Virgin Islands. Chaired...
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Andre Bagoo
Raymond Antrobus
Richard Georges
Sonia Farmer

Workshop: Writers’ Lab

2018 Workshops / Read More
Workshop your writing with Muli Amaye, head of UWI’s MFA creative writing programme. Free and open to emerging writers. This session is full and registration is closed.    Bookmark
Muli Amaye

The Suffrage Of Elvira At 60

2018 Words Alive / Read More
Dramatised excerpts from V.S. Naipaul’s classic political satire, directed by Kenneth Ramchand. Bookmark
Ken Ramchand

Stand And Deliver

2018 Say It Loud / Read More
Our signature event for new and budding writers. Feature readers: Sterling Henderson, Amanda McIntyre, M. James Cooper. Bookmark
Amanda T. McIntyre
M. James Cooper
Sterling Henderson

Film: The Rain in Your Eyes/ The Vampire Returns/ What is War?/ A Family Day

2018 Children's Festival / 2018 CineLit / Read More
Children’s animation / Film shorts

Secret Lives: Inspired by the archives

2018 Big Ideas / 2018 Words Alive / Read More
Presenting new pieces inspired by T&T’s literary archives, by Andre Bagoo, Anu Lakhan, and Breanne McIvor, joined in conversation with Kei Miller. In partnership with Caribbean Literary Heritage, supported by...
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Andre Bagoo
Anu Lakhan
Breanne McIvor
Kei Miller

Salon: balancing creative and editorial roles

2018 Big Ideas / 2018 Words Alive / Read More
Barbadian writer and editor Robert Edison Sandiford on balancing creative and editorial roles, and the literary scene in Bim. Bookmark

Film: Dr. Funes’ Formula (La Fórmula del Doctor Funes)

2018 CineLit / Read More
Film version of Francisco Hinojosa’s novel about Dr. Funes, who discovers a formula to achieve eternal youth, and when he tests it on himself he becomes a 12-year-old who embarks on new adventures with his friend Martín Poyo.

Workshop: Extempo masterclass with Short Pants and Myron B

2018 Workshops / Read More
Extempo masterclass, led by Short Pants and Myron B. Two of T&T’s extempo masters teach the art of fast thinking and clever lyrics. Workshop Fee: $100.00 In partnership with the...
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Myron B

Take Two: Haiti in all my dreams

2018 Words Alive / Read More
The devastating Haitian earthquake of 2010 underlies the work in fiction and poetry by Haitian-American writers Katia D. Ulysse and Danielle Legros Georges. Chaired by Ibrahim Ahmad. Bookmark
Danielle Legros Georges
Ibrahim Ahmad
Katia D. Ulysse

Film: Mutum

2018 CineLit / Read More
This adaptation of the novella General Field by celebrated writer João Guimarāes Rosa is a moving story of loss and innocence told through Thiago, a sensitive and hopeful boy growing up in Brazil’s rugged and arid sertão region of Minas Gerais in the 1930s.

Salon: In conversation with Barbara Lalla

2018 Words Alive / Read More
An intimate conversation with Barbara Lalla, as she talks to Shivanee Ramlochan about her career wrestling with language as both linguist and novelist. Bookmark
Barbara Lalla
Shivanee Ramlochan

Imagining A City: How Port of Spain became a modern city

2018 Big Ideas / Read More
Scholar Stephen Stuempfle discusses his new book Port of Spain: The Construction of a Caribbean City, 1888–1962 and what the hidden archives reveal about the development of T&T’s capital, with...
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Bridget Brereton
Judy Raymond
Rudylynn De Four Roberts
Stephen Stuempfle

Film: Matamoros (La Matamoros)

2018 CineLit / Read More
1940s factory worker Marta Matamoros became a pioneering unionist fighting for the rights of Panamanians. Incorruptible and unbending despite imprisonment, she achieved the minimum wage and maternity leave for workers.  Her former sister-in-arms recounts her inspiring life story with love and admiration.

Writers Union Presents

2018 Words Alive / Read More
Writers’ Union members present their recent work, plus a feature presentation on “Writing as Worship” by scholar Kumar Mahabir. Bookmark
Kumar Mahabir

Ole Mas Competition: I-Land State of Mind

2018 Big Ideas / Read More
Words meet costumes and performance in T&T’s traditional protest masquerade. In partnership with the Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts. Bookmark

Film: Books and the night (Los Libros y la Noche)

2018 CineLit / Read More
A film on the life of one of Argentina’s greatest writers, Jorge Luis Borges, based on his thoughts, ideology and literary works.

OCM Bocas Prize And Bocas Henry Swanzy Award

2018 Awards / Read More
The festival’s centrepiece awards ceremony recognises the past year’s best books of poetry and fiction, and we honour the 2018 Bocas Henry Swanzy Awardee, Anne Walmsley. By invitation only. Bookmark

Film: Land and Shade (La tierra y la sombra)

2018 CineLit / Read More
Battling illness, poverty and family breakdown, Alfonso and his family reunite to face one of their worst struggles to survive the drudgery and hardship of the sugarcane workers’ daily life.

Man Booker Prize Presents

2018 Words Alive / Read More
2013 Man Booker Prizewinner Eleanor Catton, author of The Luminaries, talks to Shivanee Ramlochan about the challenges of historical fiction, the literature of New Zealand, and her experience of being...
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Eleanor Catton

Workshop: Writing from catastrophe, with Richard Georges

2018 Workshops / Read More
Shortlisted for the 2017 Felix Dennis Prize for Best First Book of Poems, the BVI writer leads a workshop in writing out of catastrophic situations. Workshop Fee: $100, payable at...
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Richard Georges

Film: The Rain in Your Eyes/ The Vampire Returns/ What is War?/ A Family Day

2018 Children's Festival / 2018 CineLit / Read More
Children’s animation / Film shorts

Beyond Boundaries

2018 Big Ideas / 2018 Words Alive / Read More
In North America and Europe, home to substantial Caribbean diaspora populations, recent politics have put questions of ethnicity and migration on the front burner. UK writer Afua Hirsch, author of...
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Afua Hirsch
Alison Donnell
Anthony Joseph
Debbie Jacob
Muli Amaye

Crossing Tongues

2018 Big Ideas / Read More
Writers and translators Adalber Salas Hernández of Venezuela, Loretta Collins Klobah of Puerto Rico, Haitian-American Danielle Legros Georges, and Vahni Capildeo of TT/UK on how and why writing crosses borders...
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Adalber Salas Hernández
Danielle Legros Georges
Loretta Collins
Vahni Capildeo

Film: The Happets (a Tropa de Trapo)

2018 Children's Festival / 2018 CineLit / Read More
Based on a popular Spanish cartoon, a merry band of stuffed animals set out to defeat the effects of pollution and save the rainforest, restoring its vibrant colours.

The Black Jacobins at 80

2018 In Tribute / 2018 Words Alive / Read More
Excerpts from the theatrical adaptation of C.L.R James’s classic account of the Haitian Revolution, directed by Wendell Manwarren Bookmark
Wendell Manwarren

Film: Anancy’s Gift (El Regalo de Anancy)

2018 Children's Festival / 2018 CineLit / Read More
Anancy is the legendary mischievous spider known for tricking others to get his way. Four short stories explore the historical and cultural significance within the Afro-Caribbean community in Costa Rica...
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People’s Choice T&T Book Of The Year

2018 Awards / 2018 Words Alive / Read More
Readings by the six finalists, as voted by readers across the country, introduced by Newsday editor in chief Judy Raymond. Bookmark
Judy Raymond

Selkirk, The real Robinson Crusoe (Selkirk, El Verdadero Robinson Crusoe)

2018 Children's Festival / 2018 CineLit / Read More
Selkirk, a selfish and unruly pirate, is abandoned by his ship’s captain on an uninhabited island in the South Seas and has to learn how to survive alone, becoming the real Robinson Crusoe in the process.

Take Two: Let poems blaze

2018 Words Alive / Read More
US poet Kaveh Akbar and Jamaican Shara McCallum read from their poems addressing addiction, madness, home, and the divine. Chaired by Shivanee Ramlochan. Bookmark
Kaveh Akbar
Shara Mccallum
Shivanee Ramlochan

Salon: “Commonwealth literature” in the 21st century

2018 Big Ideas / 2018 Words Alive / Read More
What does “Commonwealth literature” mean in the 21st century, and how do writers from the very different nations of the Commonwealth question the history that connects them? Writers Romesh Gunesekera...
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Romesh Gunesekera
Sharon Millar

Windham Campbell Prizes Present

2018 Words Alive / Read More
Trinidad-born, Canada-based writer André Alexis, author of the multiple-award-winning novel Fifteen Dogs, talks to Michael Kelleher about literature, ideas, and the problematic concept of “home”. Bookmark
André Alexis
Michael Kelleher

Film: Pacific Voices

2018 CineLit / 2018 Young Bocas / Read More
Six short films tell the stories of young people in Papua New Guinea and Tonga. In partnership with Commonwealth Writers.

Sunday Launch

2018 Words Alive / Read More
An extraordinary poetry doubleheader as two new books ­– Ricantations by 2012 OCM Bocas poetry prizewinner Loretta Collins Klobah and Venus as a Bear by TT’s own Forward Prizewinner Vahni Capildeo ­–...
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Loretta Collins
Vahni Capildeo

Film: Eternal Ashes (Cenizas Eternas)

2018 CineLit / Read More
An accident in the 1950s on the mythical Orinoco River in Venezuela destines Ana to live with the Yanomami tribe. Her daughter Elena cannot accept her disappearance and ventures into...
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Film: Guamá – Between the sea and the mountain (Guamá – Entre el mar y la montaña)

2018 CineLit / Read More
Drama ∙ 2015 ∙ 21 mins ∙ Cuba ∙ All Ages. A film about a multi-layered community project designed to protect the special Guamá coastal region in southern Cuba, vulnerable...
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First Citizens National Poetry Slam Final

2018 Say It Loud / Read More
It’s the year’s biggest night of poetry, as T&T’s top performance poets vie for the championship and the first prize of TT$50,000. Come and root for your favourites! Tickets are...
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Film: The Life and Times of Benny Moré (El Benny)

2018 CineLit / Read More
The dramatic life of Cuba’s great musician Benny Moré during the 1950s is captured in this fictional account that includes new versions of his songs performed by Chucho Valdes, Juan...
Read More