Wasafiri Issue 74

Wasafiri Issue 74

Issue 74: Summer 2013

Brighter Suns: Sixty Years of Literature from Trinidad

Fiction by Lisa Allen-Agostini, Debora Alleyne De Gazon, Lawrence Scott and Amanda Smyth
Poems by James Christopher Aboud, Abinta Clarke, Alison Gibb, Anu Lakhan and Roger Robinson
Essays by Earl Lovelace, Susheila Nasta and Monique Roffey
Articles on Indian-Trinidadian women writers, the Ramayana and Indo-Caribbean experience, censorship, Selvon and Caribbean Voices and V S Naipaul
Art Essay on disappearing houses
Reviews of Wayne Brown's The Scent of the Past, Monique Roffey Archipelago, Keith Jardim's Near Open Water: Stories, Bobby Nayyar's West of No East and Haiti Noir edited by Edwidge Danticat


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Monique Roffey

Monique Roffey Interview – The Tryst

An interview with Monique Roffey, the Trinidadian and British author of The Tryst, which has been described by Rowan Pelling as ‘a sly, feral, witty, offbeat erotic novella that unsettles the reader, even as it arouses.’ Roffey discusses the genesis of the novel, different attitudes to sex, and also recommends some steamy reads.