Monthly Archives: April 2017

Two Seasons Talking Trees Literary Fiesta 2017 – Children’s programme co-ordinator, Siseenia Moxam-Nelson

Siseenia Moxam-Nelson was born and raised in Treasure Beach. For the past ten years she has worked with three year olds at the Sandy Bank Early Childhood Institution in Treasure Beach. A member of the Treasure Beach Women’s Group (TBWG) … Continue reading

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Two Seasons Talking Trees Literary Fiesta 2017 – Programme

Two Seasons Guest House, Treasure Beach, St. Elizabeth Saturday, May 27, 2017 PROGRAMME MC:  Fabian Thomas 9:00: Gates open 10:30 Fiesta Entree Children’s programme: 10:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. co-ordinated by Siseenia Moxam-Nelson 10:35 St. Bess, mi seh: Department of Literatures in English, … Continue reading

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Two Seasons Talking Trees Literary Fiesta 2017 – Musician Stephen “Ras Katri” Wise

Stephen “Ras Katri” Wise is a multi- instrumentalist musician (sax, flute, drums, keyboards) and vocalist who has worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry like Stevie Wonder. He was featured on two of Wonder’s CDs “Jungle … Continue reading

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Two Seasons Talking Trees 2017 – Workshops

Following on the inspiring day of readings, music and fashion at Two Seasons Talking Trees Literary Fiesta to be held on Saturday, May 27, 2017 on the expansive grounds of Two Seasons Guest House in Treasure Beach on Jamaica’s South Coast, … Continue reading

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Two Seasons Talking Trees Literary Fiesta 2017, reader – Yashika Graham

  Yashika Graham is a Jamaican writer and poet. Her poems have been accepted by magazines including The Caribbean Writer, POUi, Cordite Review, Spillway and Moko Magazine. She has covered arts and culture for Susumba Magazine and read in Jamaica, … Continue reading

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Two Seasons Talking Trees Literary Fiesta 2017 – Play, Daddy

Written and directed by fabian thomas (sic), in 10 minutes Daddy tells the story of a father (acted by Darian Reid)  who reappears after a 10 year absence, seeking forgiveness from and a relationship with his son (played by Jamaal … Continue reading

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Two Seasons Talking Trees Literary Fiesta 2017 – MC and play producer, Fabian Thomas

British by birth, Jamaican by parentage and at heart, Fabian Thomas has been an artistic/creative director, theatre practitioner, performing artist, social and behaviour change communications specialist, trainer/facilitator, HIV & AIDS educator and life coach. Trained at The University of the … Continue reading

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Two Seasons Talking Trees 2017 reader – Roland Watson-Grant

Jamaican advertising creative director, Roland Watson-Grant, is making his name as a short story writer and novelist. In 2011, his writing was introduced to the world stage when his short story, Sketcher, was named an international prize winner in the … Continue reading

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Two Seasons Talking Trees 2017 reader – Malachi Smith

Malachi Smith is an accomplished Jamaican writer of poetry and plays, and an actor, performing in his own plays and other productions in live theatre and on radio and television. He is a fellow of the University of Miami’s Mitchner … Continue reading

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Two Seasons Talking Trees 2017 reader – Olive Senior

Olive Senior is the prizewinning author of 17 books of fiction, poetry, non-fiction and children’s literature. Born and brought up in Jamaica, she now lives in Canada. The Caribbean nevertheless remains the focus of her work. Her 2015 collection of … Continue reading

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