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All that Glitters

Set in 1950’s Trinidad in a small fishing village, All that Glitters is a witty and heart-warming story about deceptive appearances and redemption, and how big things can stir up the quaint existence on a small island. Author: Michael Anthony


Bright Road to El Dorado

Bright Road to El Dorado captures a moment in Trinidad's history. It is a fictional account of Sir Walter Raleigh's exploits in Trinidad in 1595. On his way from England to search for El Dorado, Raleigh called at Trinidad where he had an old score to settle with its Spanish Governor,  Antonio de Berrio. Author: Michael Anthony 


Daughters of the Diaspora

Afra-Hispanic Writers Daughters of the Diaspora features the creative writing of 20 Hispanophone women of African descent, as well as the interpretive essays of 15 literary critics. By: Miriam DeCosta-Willis 


In the Heat of the Day

Michael Antony’s In the Heat of the Day is a story of love, revenge and racial tension which brings to life a tragic episode in Trinidad’s history in 1903. Author: Michael Anthony


King of the Masquerade

This story is about Trinidadian family, the Broomleys. The parents do not approve of the Carnival spirits, but their son Alan makes secret plans to take part in a big Carnival competition  on the Savannah in Port of Spain. Author: Michael Anthony


Miss Tiny: Beenie Bud Series

When Beenybud discovers Miss Tiny crying she wonders what her problem is. Beenybud wants to help her, but Miss Tiny is such a cantankerous old woman that it seems an impossible task. Can Beenybud and her friends in the village do anything? And, is it even worth it. By: Linda Gambrill and Marlene Lewis


Streets of Conflict

At the centre of the story is Marisa, who teaches at a language school run by a Trinidadian called Mac. Through Marisa, two young visitors to Rio are drawn into awareness of the city’s life. Author: Michael Anthony


The Games Were Coming

The Games Were Coming chronicles Leon’s life in the three months preceding the Southern Games, held in Marabella, Southern Trinidad. Focused and unwavering, not even the infectious Carnival Spirit which takes hold of Leon’s young brother, Dolphus, nor the advances of Silvia, Leon’s girlfriend, can steer the determined young cyclist away from his preparation for the games. Author: Michael Anthony


The West Indian Novel and its Background

First published in 1970, this pioneering account of the emergence of the West Indian Novel in English has been a the centre of the development of West Indian Literature as an academic discipline. Author: Kenneth Ramchand



Stories about Jamaican Women Engaging and absorbing, yet at once both sobering and triumphant, The World is a High Hill, demonstrates the multifaceted nature of the Jamaican woman, faced with all the trials the high hill of the world presents, at times a steeper climb for some more than for others. Author: Erna Brodber 


Wishing for Wings

In 2010 Debbie Jacob entered the gates of the Youth Training Centre (YTC), the remand centre for boys in the Caribbean island of Trinidad – it would be a move that would change her life and the lives of her young charges forever. Author: Debbie Jacob