By Lear Matthews
Lear Matthews is professor, State University of New York, Empire State College. A former lecturer at the University of Guyana, his recently published book is “English Speaking Caribbean Immigrants: Transnational Identities”.
By David McAlmont
(David McAlmont is a recording artiste, writer and historian living in London. His collaborations in London have included David Arnold, Bernard Butler, Michael Nyman, Courtney Pine and Guy Davies with whom he has formed the duo Fingersnap; they visited Guyana this month to perform at the G-Jazz Festival at Georgetown’s Theatre Guild.
By Neville Trotz
Dr Neville Trotz served as Dean, Faculty of Natural Sciences at the University of Guyana and Director of the Institute of Applied Science and Technology at Turkeyen, Guyana, before becoming Science Adviser to the Commonwealth Secretary-General (1991-1997).
By Filiberto Penados and Mark Chatarpal
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), food security is generally defined as occurring when everyone has constant access to healthy and safe food to live an active life.
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.
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.