Student Notices

LCCS presents the 19th Annual Campus Literature Week!

Posted Tuesday, March 28, 2017

The Department of Literary, Cultural and Communication Studies (LCCS) of the Faculty of Humanities and Education presents its 19th annual Campus Literature Week.

The week of readings take place from April 3 to 7 with Noontime Readings daily from noon to 1.30pm at the Alma Jordan Library AV Room. To view a printable version of the schedule, please click here.

The Gala Reading and Closing Ceremony will be held on April 7, from 5pm at the Centre for Language Learning (CLL) Auditorium – The evening will highlight the work of Writer-In-Residence, Courttia Newland.

Noontime Readings Schedule

  • April 3 | Rebecca Cave, Mootilal Boodoosingh, Kirk Budhooram, Bindu Maharaj, Sharon Millar
  • April 4 | Gilberte O’ Sullivan, Anna Levi, Barbara Jenkins, Karisa Bridgelal, Vindhar Suraj
  • April 5 | Rhoda Bharath, Rakhee Kissoon, Chennel Cupid, Kavita Ganness, David King
  • April 6 | Kevin Jared Hosein, Dr. Muli Amaye, June Aming, Deseree Noel, Garvin Parsons
  • April 7 | Randy Ablack, Verne Guerrin, Latisha Parkinson, Mishael Martineaux, Dr. Barbara Lalla

About Courttia Newland

Courttia Newland is the author of seven works of fiction including his debut, The Scholar. His latest novel, The Gospel According to Cane, was published in 2013 and has been optioned by Cowboy Films. He was nominated for the Impac Dublin Literary Award, The Frank O’Conner award, The CWA Dagger in the Library Award, The Hurston/Wright Legacy Award and The Theatre 503 Award for playwriting as well as numerous others. His short stories have appeared in many anthologies and been broadcast on BBC Radio 4. In 2016 he was awarded the Tayner Barbers Award for science fiction writing and the Roland Rees Busary for playwriting. He is an associate lecturer in creative writing at the University of Westminster and is completing a PhD in creative writing. To view a printable version of this, please click here.

For more information, please contact,

Adeltrude Bain

Department of Literary,Cultural & Communication Studies

(868) 662-2002 Ext. 83028