21 April 2012

Interview with Jamaican poet, Edward Baugh

Commonwealth Writers undertook a week-long collaboration with The Spaces Between Words. Edited by Giselle Rampaul, the site features a podcast series of conversations with writers, many of whom have Caribbean connections.


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Edward Baugh is a well-known Jamaican poet and scholar. His scholarly publications include West Indian Poetry 1900-1970: A Study in Cultural Decolonisation (1971), Critics on Caribbean Literature (1978), Derek Walcott: Memory as Vision (1978), and an annotated edition of Walcott’s Another Life (2004), with Colbert Nepaulsingh. His poems have been published in various magazines and anthologies. A Tale from the Rainforest (1988) and It Was the Singing (2000) are his two collections of poetry.

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