Tag Archives: Jamaica

Two Seasons Talking Trees Literary Fiesta 2019 MC: 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 Literary Fiesta 2017 – MUTAMBA Designs

MUTAMBA Designs was borne out of Jacquel Cohen-Hope’s travels as a flight attendant. Her journeys throughout the “Mercados del Artisinias” of Central and South America introduced her to the beautiful weaves of the indigenous people. Jacqueline, also known as Amba, … Continue reading

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“Coming home to 2 Seasons Guest House”

  Sharing with you a post on Trip Advisor by Two Seasons Guest House guest, Jackie D. The photos of the sunrise and sunset are hers too, taken at her favourite hang out spot.           “Coming … Continue reading

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Two Seasons Talking Trees 2015 reader – Mandisa Parnell

Mandisa M. Parnell was born in the parish of St. Andrew, Jamaica, and was raised in the historic community of August Town. She has been writing stories since the tender age of 10. Reading is her second passion and she … Continue reading

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Two Seasons Talking Trees 2014 – The Kingston Edition review

Two Seasons Talking Trees 2014 – The Kingston Edition review  

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Two Seasons Talking Trees 2015 reader – Victor Chang

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 … Continue reading

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Two Seasons Talking Trees – Kingston Edition – reader Caroll Edwards

  Carroll  Marston Edwards was born in Clarendon but received her secondary and tertiary education in Kingston at St. Hugh’s High School and at The University of the West Indies (The UWI), respectively. She also attended Carlton University in Ottawa, … Continue reading

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Two Seasons Talking Trees – Kingston Edition – reader Lilieth Nelson

Lilieth H. Nelson was born and educated in Kingston, Jamaica. Her studies span science education, business management, higher education policy, the creative and performing arts. Thus she is well-known in Jamaica, the Caribbean and beyond as an Artistic-Scientist whose life … Continue reading

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Two Seasons Talking Trees – Kingston Edition reader Femke van Zeijl

Femke Van Zeijl is a Dutch freelance journalist based in Lagos, Nigeria, who has been reporting on Sub Saharan Africa for over ten years. She has written two non-fiction books in Dutch:  Een nacht in een vijzel (A Night in … Continue reading

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Two Seasons Talking Trees – Kingston Edition reader – Nova Gordon-Bell

Nova Gordon-Bell is a Jamaican writer and Head of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Technology, Jamaica. A graduate of The University of the West Indies, Mona, she is a three-time gold medalist in the Jamaica … Continue reading

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