Out Now! BookIsh Plaza eZine SEPTEMBER 2017

1 09 2017

The SEPTEMBER issue of BookIsh Plaza eZine is out now!
BookIsh Plaza is your online bookshop for (Dutch)Caribbean literature.

In this issue:

·        Folklore from Aruba, Bonaire & Curaçao
·        Cuba on our Literary Mind
·        Dutch Caribbean Authors not know in the Caribbean
·        And much more ……….

Read & share the eZine. The next one will appear in September.

BOOKISH PLAZA eZINE nr.64 SEPTEMBER 2017

Visit BookIsh Plaza for our New Arrivals!

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Recognition for Aruban Author

4 02 2015

Erkenning Q. Nicolaas

The Aruban writer Quito Nicolaas, residing in The Netherlands, is included in the encyclopedia of the University of Oxford. He is recognized as one of the most important authors of the Caribbean. Nicolaas has ten books to his credit, many poems and numerous columns. ‘I am proud that the name of Aruba circulates in this way among many libraries and literary institutions in the world,’ says the writer …

His books are available @ BookIsh Plaza





September Issue of BookIsh Plaza eZine is Out!

10 09 2014

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Check out our new ezine with lots of news on the Caribbean literary front.

There is Read My World International Literary Festival dedicated to the Caribbean this weekend in Amsterdam. BookIsh Plaza will be present with new arrivals from the Caribbean literature.
A review of Love songs Make You Cry, short stories book by Lasana M. Sekou. This well-known poet from St. Maarten is one of the saltiest poet from the island.
Much more to read, so enjoy this new edition.

BOOKISH PLAZA eZINE nr.33 SEPTEMBER 2014





Words Without Borders in the Caribbean Sphere

23 11 2011

 “title unknow” by Lavar Munroe

November 2011: Writing from the Caribbean

This month Words Without Borders present literature from the Caribbean. Writers from Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Martinique, and Puerto Rico contribute compelling portraits of their countries and societies. From sober reports on natural disasters and political oppression to antic depictions of sexuality run amok, the pieces collected here testify to the range and vitality of this region’s writers. Haiti’s Dany Laferrière reports from the rubble of the 2010 earthquake. In an excerpt from his Prix Goncourt-shortlisted novel, Lyonel Trouillot sends a young woman in search of her family history. Cuba’s Jorge Olivera Castillo brings a nightmare to life. His countryman Omar Pérez performs a lively regguetón. From Martinique, Suzanne Dracius rides with Amazons, while Johan Moya Ramis struggles with an unruly body part. Évelyne Trouillot gives voice to a madwoman on a turbulent journey. Puerto Rico’s Juan Flores presents a tap-dancing sage, while José María Lima speaks from the grave. In poetry from the Dominican Republic, Frank Baez paints a self-portrait, José Mármol communes with nature, and Aurora Arias comes full circle. Enjoy this island tour.

Check it out @ Words Witout Borders





BookIsh Plaza & authors in the Netherlands

2 10 2011


BookIsh Plaza invites Caribbean authors living in The Netherlands to host their book on its webshop. To get to know more about BookIsh Plaza surf to www.bookishplaza.com

So if you’re a self published author and you want to have a bigger exposure and thereby sell your books, send us your request for the terms at info@bookishplaza.com

Seize the opportunity now!