Veronica Blake Carnegie is a Jamaican fiction writer whose work has appeared in the literary pages of the Sunday Gleaner; and the Sunday Observer’s literary magazine, The Arts. She has independently published two books of her short stories: Leaving Home and Other Stories (2010); and The Tie That Came Back (2009).
Her love for writing and literature started while she was a student at Excelsior High School, where she was tutored by the Most Honourable Louise Bennett Coverley.
Veronica has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and History from the California State University, as well as a Diploma in Education from The University of the West Indies.
She received the Governor General’s award for her contribution to education in Jamaica.
She is a former President of the Jamaica Independent Schools Association, President of the History Teachers Association and she founded the Liguanea Educational Services, which was in operation for 19 years.
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