Victor L. Chang is a former lecturer in English at the UWI Mona campus, with a distinguished career of some 32 years as a teacher, administrator, editor and creative writer. He was a major force behind the continued publication of the highly regarded Journal of West Indian Literature, the primary publication for academics writing on Caribbean literature. He also helped provide a much needed outlet for writers of fiction and poetry during his 25-year stint as editor of Pathways, a journal of creative writing.
His publications include short stories, My Brother’s Keeper, and Miss Daisy and Miss Chin.
Since retiring, he writes a little, travels, cooks and strives with his garden, his orchids and goldfish.