Related activities have included writing workshop(s), publication and audio recordings of winning stories, a previous website, and more. Since 2010, partner, the Best of Books bookstore has also run a monthly Wadadli Pen Open Mic. The major focus of Wadadli Pen is the annual writing challenge which welcomes entries from Antiguan and Barbudan youths (35 and younger), any genre, Caribbean sensibility. See our drop down menu or the site banner above for more on Wadadli Pen or the literary arts in Antigua and Barbuda and beyond – including links to author pages, bibliography by genre, and upcoming activities and opportunities – as well as the latest on the Caribbean Literary Arts scene, and other news of interest to writers and book lovers. This site, named in 2012, by one blogger, among the Caribbean’s Top 20 Book Blogs, has been in development since 2010; it aims to keep you excited about Wadadli Pen and informed about Antiguan and Barbudan, and Caribbean literature, and creative writing especially. Look around, tell a friend, subscribe; let’s stay connected.
Visit http://jhohadli.wordpress.com, meanwhile, for more on me. I am Joanne C. Hillhouse the founder and coordinator of Wadadli Pen and the person responsible for this blog. I am also the aauthor of Oh Gad! , Dancing Nude in the Moonlight, and The Boy from Willow Bend.
Stop by from time to time, and mark our progress. To contact us email firstname.lastname@example.org
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