A World of New Fiction

14 01 2012


Winners for the Commonwealth Short Story Competition for 2011

Two writers from Barbados and one from Trinidad and Tobago are winners in the prestigious Commonwealth Short Story Competition for 2011. Another Caribbean writer from Jamaica received a special mention for her children’s story.

Kathyann Husbands’ “Love, Honour and Obeah” and Edwina Griffith’s short story “White Shoes” received highly competitive awards, along with Sonja Dumas of Trinidad and Tobago for her tale “Letting Cockroaches Live.” The regional winner for the Caribbean was Barbara Jenkins of Trinidad and Tobago, with her entry “Head Not Make for Hat Alone.” Husbands commented that her win was “proof that Barbadians have intriguing stories that the world wants to hear.”

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