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Riding da Riddim: The Culcha Dancehall Clash, II, by Maurie Alioff

Miley Cyrus’s eyebrow-raising “twerking” is a bland white-bread facsimile of what happens all over Jamaica, every night, when the selectors program hot songs the deejays rap, and partiers dance until dawn.

Rising dancehall queen Tifa at the Montreal Reggae Fest

Q & A with novelist Phillip Ernest, part II

Phillip Ernest elaborates on his life in Toronto, the city to which he fled at the age of fifteen, on his first university studies there when he was thirty, and on the writing of the Sanskrit vampire story entited The Vetala that LLP publishes on March 10th.

Part II of a two-part Q & A. Part I is here.

 

 

 

 

Nelly Arcan's Humilation on Tout le monde en parle

Nelly Arcan, the talented and beautiful novelist who committed suicide in September 2009 (see my Globe Books post here) has published a posthumous story called Shame (La Honte) that is creating a stir.

Nelly Arcan on the cover of her second novel, Folle.

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