Four of the Caribbean’s best speculative fiction writers discuss how the genre helps us imagine alternatives for the future. Featuring Karen Lord, Tobias S. Buckell, Nalo Hopkinson, and Malka Older
What does the 1970 Black Power Revolution mean for today's issues of race and class? Chike Pilgrim, Amílcar Sanatan, and Attillah Springer discuss what 1970 means today. Chaired by Sunity Maharaj
Katherine Agyemaa Agard, Andre Bagoo, and Tessa McWatt discuss their new books in which deeply personal stories become prisms for examining bigger political histories. Chaired by Grace Aneiza Ali
In difficult times, how does literature help us come to terms with adversity, and turn surviving into thriving? Featuring poets Richard Georges, Celia Sorhaindo, and Lasana Sekou. Chaired by Nailah Folami Imoja
From the COVID-19 pandemic to the effects of climate change, the Caribbean region faces a time of crisis. What is the state of our current political leadership? A conversation with P.J. Patterson, Godfrey Smith, and Alissa Trotz, chaired by Andy Knight
Master calypsonians Black Sage and Brian London debate political leadership in Trinidad and Tobago.