In The Diaspora

Moving the Stones

In the Diaspora

Honor Ford-Smith teaches at York University, Toronto, Canada, in the Faculty of Environmental Studies. She worked for many years at Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts in Jamaica and was Artistic Director for the Sistren Theatre Collective.

Sharon Maas, The Small Fortune of Dorothea Q

By Frank Birbalsingh   Frank Birbalsingh is Emeritus Professor of English at York University, Toronto, Canada.   The Small Fortune of Dorothea Q, recently published by Bookouture, follows a blockbuster tradition set by previous novels of Sharon Maas, for example, Of Marriageable Age, (2000) Peacocks Dancing, (2002) and The Speech of Angels.

Accessing memory and nostalgia

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Sandra Brewster is a Toronto based visual artist and community arts practitioner. For information on her work go to   By Sandra Brewster   I grew up hearing stories of various family members’ participation in the Theatre Guild in Guyana, and suspected that the urgency of making a life for themselves after the move to Toronto limited their ability to further pursue the arts.

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