Papillote Press News
It is 50 years this month since the death of Elma Napier, writer, pioneering environmentalist, and the first woman to sit in a West Indian House of Assembly.
Blog Post about two reviews of Papillote Press’ Still Standing: the Ti Kais of Dominica by Adom Philogene Heron, with photographs by Marica Honychurch.
Olive Bell remembers life in a ti kai as a child and how that experience inspired her to become an architect. She collaborated on the making of ‘Still Standing” The ti kai of Dominica.
Three women writers of Dominica – Jean Rhys, subject of much acclaimed biography by Miranda Seymour, Phyllis Shand Allfrey, and Elma Napier.
Papillote Press continues its En Papillote series with a reading by Mac Donald Dixon, author of the just published A Scream in the Shadows.
Papillote Press authors at Brooklyn Caribbean Literary Festival.
The launch of Lawrence Scott’s new historical novel “Dangerous Freedom” took place in March 2021.
It’s important to remember those who resisted slavery in the Caribbean – and not just on Emancipation Day (1 August).