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March/April - 2014
EMBARK: CARIBBEAN DATEBOOK Events around the Caribbean in March and April • WORD OF MOUTH (MARCH/APRIL 2014)Discover the joys of partying in the cricket stands, and the significance of Trinidad’s spicy pichakaree music • RETRO CHIC Bahamian designer Theodore Elyett offers retro flair to contemporary women • NO HORSING AROUND What is Segway polo, and how did a makeshift Bajan team become world champs? Austin Fido finds out • CARIBBEAN BOOKSHELF This month’s reading picks, from new fiction to seafaring tales • IMMERSE: FLYING LESSONS when writer and teacher Debbie Jacob volunteered to teach English classes at Trinidad and Tobago’s juvenile detention facility, she had no idea how hard the challenge would turn out to be — or how rewarding. Now she hopes her book about the experience will inspire others to reconsider the fate of young offenders. Erline Andrews finds out more

May/June - 2014
EMBARK: CARIBBEAN DATEBOOK Your guide to Caribbean events in May and June — from Vincy Mas to a comic book convention in Puerto Rico • WORD OF MOUTH Barbados’s biennial literary festival is back, and a popular Caribbean photography book becomes an exhibition in Toronto • STYLISH ON THE SAND: TOYA TURNER Antiguan designer Toya Turner specialises in breezy beach looks • CARIBBEAN BOOKSHELF This month’s fiction and poetry reading picks • ARRIVE: ANDROS: DEEPEST BLUE Largest of the Bahamas islands, Andros is known to intrepid adventure travellers for its spectacular natural attractions. Here you’ll find the world’s highest concentration of mysterious blue holes, writes Noelle Nicolls, plus the breathtaking Tongue of the Ocean, an enormous barrier reef, and the placid flats of Great Bahama Bank

September/October - 2014
ARRIVE Beating Namibia’s Big Daddy • Vieques: Playing Crusoe • St. Lucia: An island made of words
EMBARK Our Daily Bread • Caribbean Playlist • Caribbean Bookshelf • Stand apart: Kristy Collado • Word of mouth • Caribbean Datebook
ENGAGE Wishes and horses: Tobago’s Healing With Horses • A river runs through it • The Amistad trial: A case for freedom • It started with a snake
IMMERSE Leticia Tonos: Love story • Maxine Williams: “Big ideas can change the world” • The COCO Dance Festival: Opening the Dancescape

July/August - 2014
EMBARK: BEER ESSENTIALS: WHAT'S BREWING AT GRENADA'S WEST INDIES BEER COMPANY As the international craft beer trend spreads to the Caribbean, the popular ales made by Grenada’s fledgling West Indies Beer Company are brewing up a quiet storm. David Katz finds out more • IMMERSE: ICAH WILMOT: STAR OF THE SURF For Icah Wilmot, Jamaica’s only pro surfer, his championship career is both a family enterprise and a vehicle for moving his sport ahead. Michael Robinson visits Jamaica’s first family of surfing at their Jamnesia headquarters in Bull Bay • ARRIVE: BUCCOO TALES Not all travels require you to stray far from home, Elspeth Duncan discovers. Sometimes, with open eyes and the right company, the pleasures of wandering are right under your nose. Plus a concise guide to some of Tobago’s best adventures • ENGAGE: READY, SET, READ In the quest to encourage reading habits in the Caribbean, books aimed at young adults have been in short supply. As Erline Andrews finds out, the new Burt Award for Caribbean Literature aims to change that
November/December - 2014

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