Also out today: the November Caribbean Review of Books

The newest issue of The Caribbean Review of Books, November 2005, is also released today–as always, you can read selected reviews at our website. Highlights of this issue: Edward Baugh’s review of a new translation of Cuban poet Nicolas Guillen; Jeremy Taylor on Robert Antoni’s Carnival; Lisa Allen-Agostini on Marlon James’s John Crow’s Devil; Leon Wainwright on Back to Black, a major exhibition (and accompanying catalogue) at the Whitechapel Art Gallery; and Nicholas Laughlin on The Oxford Book of Caribbean Verse–plus a poem by Pamela Mordecai and an excerpt from a forthcoming memoir by Vahni Capildeo.

Nicholas is the editor of Caribbean Beat and editor of The Caribbean Review of Books (CRB). He is also one of the administrators of the contemporary arts space Alice Yard and the Bocas Lit Fest (The Trinidad & Tobago Literary Festival). His reviews, essays, and poems have been published in various periodicals.