Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Caribbean Literary Salon

Anouska Kock, moderator of Caribbean Literary Salon, has posted her interview with me on the brand new site:

Interview with Liane Spicer

CLS is a treasure house of all things literary in the Caribbean, and I can tell I'll be spending a lot of time there. Ms. Kock is from Aruba, a Dutch island in the Caribbean, and the CLS site showcases not only English-language related information on the world of West Indian books, writers and poets, but also a Dutch-Caribbean version with the focus on Suriname, Bonaire, Curaçao, St. Maarten, and, of course, Aruba.

The community site features, among other things:
Caribbean Literary Salon is just three days old and already I'm very excited about it. Membership is open to anyone who enjoys books about the Caribbean and the works of Caribbean authors. I signed up today; come join me!

7 comments:

Debs said...

Congratulations, Liane.

This sounds interesting and I'll go over now to have a look.

Chris Stovell said...

Going off to have a look...

Chris Stovell said...

That's a great interview. How you managed to keep writing during all those snatched moment is a real testimony to how important it was to you. Your comments about the process of achieving publication are very pertient too - and that's a lovely photo of you!

Liane Spicer said...

Thank you, Debs. CLS has become one of my new favorite places.

Chris, I need to recapture that drive to write no matter what the situation. Thank you re the photo!

Karen said...

Can't remember if I said I read Cafe au Lait and loved it! If not, I'm saying it now - looking forward to the next one :o)

akalol said...

You always do interviews well and now I want Give Me The Night in paper or Kindle :)

Liane Spicer said...

Karen, thank you! Looking forward to reading your first too!

akalol, you make me blush. :) You'll be among the first to know when GMTN is published.