The Jhohadli Summer Youth Writing Project (2019) – Participant Reflections

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The Jhohadli Summer Youth Writing Project is a writing camp I’ve been running on and off since 2013. This year, I’m doing two weeks, one in July (or pre-Carnival) and one in August (post-Carnival). The July week is done and, though original interest and even registration whittled itself down to three participants, it was a good week. You can check my facebook for my daily reflections between July 22nd – 26th 2019 (like the page while you’re there).

In this space, I’ll be sharing participant reflections on:

…their favourite activity…
“Visiting Fort Berkelee”
“Writing the poem ‘Antigua in Purple’”
“Writing on the slave dungeon at Orange Valley”

(Each day, we were exploring and writing in different locations. This included two days in the city and three days out of the city, including to the spaces named. The [Antigua in…] poem was a slow build during the week with each participant…

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