Something new! Just uploaded. I would tell you about it, but I’ll let it say for itself. Hope you like it. Cause we love it! Diamonds for m’hair/Silver for m’cheeks/White gown glowing/ Danse Lajabless Danse is a little spook to help you through the long covid nights. A little jangle in the jingle to help […]Read Post ›
Gang Gang Sara is the sea breezeGang Gang Sara ride the windGang Gang Sara is the whisperThe whisper on Golden Lane Wednesday, 03 December, 2020, the more than 300 year old Silk Cotton tree from which Gang Gang Sara tried to fly home to Africa, died. Silk Cotton tree on Golden Lane no more. “We […]Read Post ›
Greetings Everyone! As the year winds down – and what a year – cheer yourself up and your loved ones with the gift of fantasy and adventure. What better way to get to the end of 2020 than with a taste of the Caribbean. Yes my novel is available to buy on site! The cover […]Read Post ›
Dr. Blackwood Meeks launched her book of folktales today at the Jamaica Storytelling Convention (Youtube: Rampoon Radio). Her philosophy on Caribbean folklore and folktales echoed the words of Mr. Francis Mading Deng of Sudan. (blog post, 12/11/20, ‘On the Importance of Storytelling) ‘When a storyteller dies, you lose a whole library of stories.’ Truth. In […]Read Post ›
Ann Worme showed this to me and I had to add it because it is sooooo…. I’ve put it on my X-pressionist art page. Ooooh. Kitty Phetla.WOMAN!
The Jamaica Storytelling Convention started today and continues online until Sunday. Check it out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQgt6yzz1Sk Sunday is Ananse day and I’ll be reprising Ananse and the Book of Knowledge.
The Jieng have been traced back to 3000BC and are the main peoples of the South Sudan, living, mostly, as they always have done. Two weeks ago, I found pictures by photo-journalists Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher (2005). And the next day I happened upon the movie ‘His House’ based on Jieng folklore, particularly the […]Read Post ›
Fixed the link to ebay so you buy my book. If you want to. Maybe as a gift for Christmas. Or just to have.
Uploaded the live session for Caribbean Storytime on 24/10/20. There were lots of other great stories on the night that you can check out at RampoonRadio.com or on YouTube. The video is under LyriX in the menu, but it’s not a meal, or a even a snack, more like a tamarind ball or a sugar […]Read Post ›