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"You just keep working on it"

Today’s Jamaica Gleaner profiles poet and musician Andrew Stone, whose chapbook In Disguise was published last May in the Calabash chapbook series.

He explains that he brings the same approach to both his poetry and his music. Additionally, he admits to quite enjoying performance itself. "I love to be on the stage," he said. "So, if I'm on the stage whether it is music or poetry if I'm in the groove that is what grooves me."

(Read a review of the 2005 Calabash chapbooks (including Andrew Stone’s In Disguise) by Philip Sander in the September/October 2005 issue of Caribbean Beat; the Calabash chapbooks were also reviewed by Mervyn Morris in the August 2005 issue of The Caribbean Review of Books.)

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Nicholas Laughlin

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.View Author posts

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