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New Caribbean Voices

Caribbean Books and Authors

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The Caribbean and Black British books, literature and culture podcast. Hosted by Malika Booker, and produced by Peepal Tree Press.

Latest Episodes

Episode 4

In this episode enjoy an interview with J Edward Chamberlin, author of Come Back to Me My Language - West Indian Poetry plus readings and conversation from the archives, when Peepal Tree authors gathered at 17 Kings Avenue prior to the inaugural Leeds Lit festival in 2019. Listen out for Roger Robinson talking about his hopes for his then forthcoming collection, A Portable Paradise. Featuring host and curator, Malika Booker, Ted Chamberlin, plus readings from Degna Stone, Nick Makoha, Seni Seneviratne, Roger Robinson, Desiree Reynolds, Jacqueline Bishop and Anthony Joseph.

44 minAPR 16
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Episode 4

Episode 3

This special extended episode features a round-up by Jeremy Poynting of some of the important books published by Peepal Tree Press in the last decade, Malika Booker in conversation with writer Anton Nimblett, poetry from Unwritten: Caribbean Poems After the First World War edited by Karen McCarthy Woolf, and read by Tanya Shirley, Ishion Hutchinson, Vladimir Lucien and Malika Booker herself, plus an exclusive interview with 2020 T.S. Eliot prize-winner Roger Robinson! The New Caribbean Voices podcast celebrates the best of Caribbean and Black British literature and culture. Produced by Melody Triumph for Peepal Tree Press. Artwork featured 'Rainbirds' is by Stanley Greaves. Music by Chris Campbell. With special thanks to Arts Council England and the Clarissa Luard Award. Visit https://www.peepaltreepress.com/blog/new-caribbean-voices-podcast

100 minMAR 2
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Episode 3

Episode 2

Poet and presenter Malika Booker talks in depth to Jamaican writer and artist Jacqueline Bishop in this second episode of Peepal Tree Press's literary podcast. Plus Leone Ross reads her short story, 'President Daisy', drawn from her latest book, Come let Us Sing Anyway. Produced by Melody Triumph for Peepal Tree Press. Artwork featured 'Rainbirds' is by Stanley Greaves. Music by Chris Campbell. With special thanks to Arts Council England and the Clarissa Luard Award. Visit https://www.peepaltreepress.com/blog/new-caribbean-voices-podcast

27 minJAN 10
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Episode 2

Episode 1

Poet and presenter Malika Booker sits down with Peepal Tree Press’ founder and managing editor Jeremy Poynting to discuss everything from where the idea for the #NewCaribbeanVoices podcast began to why it is such an important platform going forward. Plus “Book Reviews Round-up” with Shivanee Ramlochan, and an exclusive excerpt from Barabara Jenkins' latest novel, De Rightest Place. Produced by Melody Triumph for Peepal Tree Press. Artwork featured 'Rainbirds' is by Stanley Greaves. Music by Chris Cambell. With special thanks to Arts Council England and the Clarissa Luard Award. Visit https://www.peepaltreepress.com/blog/new-caribbean-voices-podcast

31 min2019 NOV 28
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Latest Episodes

Episode 4

In this episode enjoy an interview with J Edward Chamberlin, author of Come Back to Me My Language - West Indian Poetry plus readings and conversation from the archives, when Peepal Tree authors gathered at 17 Kings Avenue prior to the inaugural Leeds Lit festival in 2019. Listen out for Roger Robinson talking about his hopes for his then forthcoming collection, A Portable Paradise. Featuring host and curator, Malika Booker, Ted Chamberlin, plus readings from Degna Stone, Nick Makoha, Seni Seneviratne, Roger Robinson, Desiree Reynolds, Jacqueline Bishop and Anthony Joseph.

44 minAPR 16
Comments
Episode 4

Episode 3

This special extended episode features a round-up by Jeremy Poynting of some of the important books published by Peepal Tree Press in the last decade, Malika Booker in conversation with writer Anton Nimblett, poetry from Unwritten: Caribbean Poems After the First World War edited by Karen McCarthy Woolf, and read by Tanya Shirley, Ishion Hutchinson, Vladimir Lucien and Malika Booker herself, plus an exclusive interview with 2020 T.S. Eliot prize-winner Roger Robinson! The New Caribbean Voices podcast celebrates the best of Caribbean and Black British literature and culture. Produced by Melody Triumph for Peepal Tree Press. Artwork featured 'Rainbirds' is by Stanley Greaves. Music by Chris Campbell. With special thanks to Arts Council England and the Clarissa Luard Award. Visit https://www.peepaltreepress.com/blog/new-caribbean-voices-podcast

100 minMAR 2
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Episode 3

Episode 2

Poet and presenter Malika Booker talks in depth to Jamaican writer and artist Jacqueline Bishop in this second episode of Peepal Tree Press's literary podcast. Plus Leone Ross reads her short story, 'President Daisy', drawn from her latest book, Come let Us Sing Anyway. Produced by Melody Triumph for Peepal Tree Press. Artwork featured 'Rainbirds' is by Stanley Greaves. Music by Chris Campbell. With special thanks to Arts Council England and the Clarissa Luard Award. Visit https://www.peepaltreepress.com/blog/new-caribbean-voices-podcast

27 minJAN 10
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Episode 2

Episode 1

Poet and presenter Malika Booker sits down with Peepal Tree Press’ founder and managing editor Jeremy Poynting to discuss everything from where the idea for the #NewCaribbeanVoices podcast began to why it is such an important platform going forward. Plus “Book Reviews Round-up” with Shivanee Ramlochan, and an exclusive excerpt from Barabara Jenkins' latest novel, De Rightest Place. Produced by Melody Triumph for Peepal Tree Press. Artwork featured 'Rainbirds' is by Stanley Greaves. Music by Chris Cambell. With special thanks to Arts Council England and the Clarissa Luard Award. Visit https://www.peepaltreepress.com/blog/new-caribbean-voices-podcast

31 min2019 NOV 28
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Episode 1
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