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Liviticus Poetry, Drama. Caribbean Studies. Typeset “performance” in Brathwaite’s trademark Sycorax Video Style. LIVITICUS is “a monument to sorrow that cherishes our origins . as we live our lives of Modern distraction,” according the Pulitzer-nominated writer Gar…

is “a monument to sorrow that cherishes our origins . as we live our lives of Modern distraction.”
– Garrett Hongo, Pulitzer-nominated writer, poet

Even as Brathwaite writes eloquently and heartbreakingly about “Cultural Lynching,” there remains, however, the poet’s steadfast desire to connect to the pasts, presents, and futures of a seemingly indifferent world.
– Kelly Baker Josephs, Editor, sx salon: a smallaxe literary platform


It’s a new book set!

Legislation  |  Government Process
The Laws of St. Maarten is a five-volume English “Translation of the Official Publication” of the Constitution and other laws established for governing St. Maarten within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. These national ordinances, also called organic laws, were first published in Dutch following St. Maarten’s attainment of an autonomous status within the Kingdom of the Netherlands on October 10, 2010.

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The Adulterous Citizen poems stories essays

Launched at St. Martin Book Fair. A “must read‘ selection by Vogue magazine.
The Adulterous Citizen — poems, stories, essays by Tishani Doshi

Book of the Year  |  ACT Award (St. Martin, Caribbean)

Selected reading list/Black History Month 2017 | SPD (California, USA)

Twitter top 10 selection | July 2016

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 book of the dead risks a new kind of pan-Caribbean poetry.
– Richard Drayton, King’s College London

An important new work of world literature, … an ambitious book.
– Xu Xi, New York | Hong Kong

New at SPDbooks.org; Van Dorp, Arnia’s and other bookstores.

ISUN_Virginislands2It is at the crossroads of these always questioning seas, sometimes Caribbean, sometimes Atlantic, that arise these poets. … Let us be accomplices to this bouillonnement ! Dear readers, let us, without delay, sit at this new table of words that sing.
– Max Rippon, poet, novelist, Marie-Galante, Guadeloupe

“A lost barrette. A broken watch. The color of daub pork, guavaberry, grated cassava, these poems, coral and lime, ‘announce the catch that breaks nets and draws a village to itself.'”
– Craig Czury, author of Thumb Notes Almanac: Hitchhiking The Marcellus Shale


The House of Nehesi Publishers is inviting all writers, aspiring writers, literary festivals, bookclubs, journals, creative writing programs, and all creative artists,institutions, bookstores,publishers, all media of the Caribbean region; all Caribbean peoples; and all lovers of Caribbeanwritings, authors, and books, from everywhere in the world, to join us in celebrating, in waysunique to your person, family, group, community, institution, social media posting.


Celebrate! ¡Celebrar! Célébrez !


by N.C. Marks


N.C. Marks’ collection combusts to bear witness to “rape culture,” suppression and landscape destruction, and unearth a horizon of truths and hypocrisies often buried by the rubble and violence of dominant media narratives, corruption, abuse, and neoliberal agendas.
– Ubaldimir Guerra, Lecturer, Poet, University of Belize

An invaluable barometer of Vincentian society’s response to the volcanic eruption of the island’s mistress Soufrière in the 21st century, … Marks achieves what [Shake] Keane did for the same in the late 20th century.
– Michael McMillan, Visual Identities in Art and Design Research Centre, University of Johannesburg

ISBN: 9798985040111 (Paperback, poetry, 5in x 7.5in, Print and e-Book)      

by Caleb Dros


The imagery of this poetic gift of the present, wrapped skillfully in history and mythology, will haunt you long after you close the covers of this volume.”
–DorbreneO’Marde, author, playwright, kaiso critic, Antigua

A mournful love letter that oozes gratitude and affection; a look back at the fabled times of old: a reminder of the responsibility we all hold towards the future.
– Montague Kobbé, author, The Night of the Rambler, Venezuela/Anguilla

ISBN: 9798985040128  (Chapbook, poetry, 5in x 7.5in; Print and e-Book)      


Edited by Yvonne Weekes • Wendy McMahon

A unique resource and captivating collection of poetry, drama, fiction, nonfiction, and scientific articles—enhanced with colorful photographs and images—providing storied experiences and critical questions about climate issues, hazards, and disasters, especially hurricanes, earthquakes, and volcanoes in the Caribbean.

“This literary anthology will enrich the disasters’ literature and help engage young people in a topic of personal and professional importance.”
– Dr. Emily Wilkinson, Senior Research Fellow, ODI
   Chief Scientific Adviser, CREAD-Dominica

ISBN: 9781733633390  (Paperback, 6in x 9in, textbook, © 2022)


Edited by Yvonne Weekes [Print and e-Book Edition]


Voices: Monologues & Dramatic Text for Caribbean Actors is an indelible educational resource which will add value to our young people’s sense of self and a triumphant finding for performing arts students in their search for Caribbean-based performance material.

– SairaDhanoo, Curriculum Officer, Visual & Performing Arts Unit
    Ministry of Education, Trinidad and Tobago

ISBN: 9798985040104    (Paperback, 5.75in x 8.25in, anthology, © 2022)      


Rochelle Ward [Faizah Tabasamu]


Ward draws together things that might not want to be drawn together; she tangles history, place, memory and a deeply sensual vision of human experience.
– Jane Collins, Professor of Literature and Creative Writing, Pace University.

Haunting poems vibrate … explode in the eye and heart. Tangle is a living organism.
– Sean Taegar, author, Belize.

ISBN: 9781733633369.         (Paperback, poetry, © 2021)

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Fabian Adekunle Badejo


A frank, passionate description of a life in the Caribbean impacted by hurricanes, power outages, health crises, and pandemic. Badejo’s voice, intimate and tinged with humor.
– Jeannine Hall Gailey, author of Field Guide to the End of the World, USA

For all the existential toxicity exposed in his poetry, Badejo still holds the sun between his fingers without being burnt. I am inspired by the author’s rebellious but tender attentiveness to the plight of tortured and twisted humanity.
– Emmanuel AdetoyeseBadejo, Catholic Bishop of Oyo, Nigeria

ISBN: 9781733633352 (Paperback, poetry, © 2021)

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Ruby Bute


Golden Voices of S’maatin … achieves sincerely in being a (maybe pre-iconoclastic) gentle guide, and generative of a “Sweet S’maatin” pride … and a family strength which is, however harassed of late, steeped in the folk values and living culture of this Caribbean nation.

ISBN: 9781733633376   (Poetry, 3rd printing © 2021)

Rafael Nino Féliz (a trilingual collection of poems: English, Spanish, French)


Áfricaen mi pieles unasinfonía de zafra bajo las raícesantiguas; ellibroredescubreellatido del golpe de la historia para darle paso a una suerte de cosmopoética de la germinación de la memoria de la diásporaafricanaeneltiempo-espaciocaribeño.
– Ashanti Dinah Orozco-Herrera, poeta, autor, Colombia

Grasping imagery underlying the complexities of modern society, deriving… transcending…from Africa to the Caribbean.
– Danielle Chance, president, United Women Book Club, St. Martin

EnAfrique dans la peau, les tambours battent le goût des cocotiers au rythmed’une merturbulente.
– Pedro Pérez-Sarduy, auteur, Les Servantes de La Havane, Cuba

ISBN: 9781733633321   (Paperback, poetry, trilingual edition © 2021)

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Where I See The Sun
Contemporary Poetry in Anguilla
Edited by Lasana M. Sekou

Paperback, poems, literature, 184 pp.


ISBN: 978-0996224-20-8

Where I See The Sun: Contemporary Poetry in Anguilla gathers a bounteous bunch of voices, 43 poets intent on entering the choir that would intone a new song for Anguilla, carved out of its history, its politics, its heritage, its dreams and aspirations. Their names may ring hollow to many a literary critic or student of Caribbean Literature, (with the exception, perhaps, of the venerable Bankie Banks, a true musical legend who has stuck to his Anguilla roots through thick and thin), but the important thing is that they now will be heard throughout the region and beyond and the story they tell, a reminder that size really doesn’t matter when it comes to human experience and existence or for that matter where it concerns creative output.

This is pure poetry: critical, sincere and plain. The glorious and convoluted history of small island nations sits heavily on the shoulders of so few. This may be your only chance to hear them speak like this.
– Wena Poon, award-winning Singapore-born American author of Café Jause: a Story of Viennese Shanghai


The Adulterous Citizen: poems stories essays
by Tishani Doshi

Paperback, poems, literature, 136 pp.


ISBN: 978-0996224-22-2

Poems. Short stories. Essays. The Adulterous Citizen contemplates the feeling of belonging, while yearning for the seduction of elsewhere. Tishani Doshi guides us through the streets of Cartagena, the seaside of Madras, and the bronze cliffs of Wales; through arcane museums and into strangers’ houses; her poems, short stories and essays take us on a train ride across India into self-discovery and a teenager’s failed escape on the American Road, into a house of childhood ghosts, and on a journey of a delusional widow in the Himalayas. Travelling along are those abstract countries of memory and the imagination the author’s constant companions, and the reason why she writes at all: because she just ‘won’t shut up!’

Tishani Doshi brings to the written page the precision, poise and sensuality of an accomplished dancer, which is also what she is.
– Tabish Khair, poet and novelist


Columbus, the Moor | Colón, el Moro
Colomb, le Maure | Colombo, il Moro
by Charles Matz

(English, Spanish, French and Italian Edition)

Paperback, literature, 104 pp.


ISBN: 978-0996224-21-5

The literary works of Charles Matz are extremely complex. … What distinguishes his work is his plunging into the bottomless pit of lasting orality, the long and varied history of poetry-song-ritual.
– Andrea Zanzotto, Pieve di Soligo, Italy

Applicare a Matz etichette può essere assai pericoloso, ma credo che il suo tuffo nel pozzo senza fondo dell oralità perpetua lo caratterizzi inconfondibilmente, riportando in evidenza l originaria identità poesia-canto-rito lungo una catena da gran tempo spezzata, distrutta, e forse non ricostruibile.
– Andrea Zanzotto, Pieve di Soligo

Ce livre est la premieré publication de Colomb, le Maure, comme livret en anglais, avec des traductions en français, italien, et spagnol. Tous les quatre textes comprennent aussi divers autres languages comme le taíno (arawak) et le latin.

Esta es la primera publicación de Colón, el Moro como un único libro del texto teatral en inglés junto a texto español, francés e italiano. Todos los cuatro textos incluyen varias lenguas, como taíno (Arawak) y latín.
– House of Nehesi Publishers

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Love Songs Make You Cry
Lasana M. Sekou

Paperback, poetry, literature, 158 pp

ISBN: 978-0988825-20-8


Tales with utmost verisimilitude.
– Montague Kobbé, The Daily Herald

Love Songs Make You Cry stirs emotions that lie too deep for tears.
– Joyce Peters-McKenzie, St. Martin Newsday

While Sekou’s stories examine themes of displacement, immigration and exploitation, each one is based on human relationships.
– Rochelle Ward, bajanreporter.com


Language, Culture, and Identity in St. Martin

Language, Culture, and Identity in St. Martin
by Rhoda Arrindell

Paperback, literature, 240 pp.

ISBN: 978-0988825-22-2


Language, Culture, and Identity in St. Martin is intended to contribute to the language education discourse and provide some insight into how language and culture affect and are affected by identity in St. Martin. Exploring the basic syntactical structure of the St. Martin language, it aims to stimulate further and deeper studies leading to a new awareness of the nature of the language. Furthermore, the book could serve to provide a knowledge base from which the analysis of cultural, identity, and educational issues confronting the South and North of this Caribbean island can be made and understood.

Arrindell’s research is a unique groundbreaking work.
– Dr. Alma Simounet, University of Puerto Rico

When I See The Sun

Where I See The Sun
Contemporary Poetry in St. Martin
Edited by Lasana M. Sekou

Paperback, poetry, literature, 120 pp.


ISBN: 978-0988825-27-7

It s a rare & sparkle event to have an anthology of (mainly) young poets already into memories, their bright eyes searching the horizon for future & language to come out of one of our Caribbean islands this time St. Martin.
– Kamau Brathwaite, poet, critic, scholar

This wave of contemporary poetry from St. Martin … is an act of self-analysis, self-love, and self-preservation… . It says what must be said and what must be heard.
– Adrian Green, spoken word artist, Barbados

One day we could forget about these times, who we loved, what we feared, where we wanted to go, when we departed for our independent future, and that is when Where I See the Sun will reveal older secrets why and how poets are the memory keepers of the nation.
– Minerva Dormoy, Department of Culture, Collectivity of St. Martin

maroonlivesMaroon Lives: Tribute to Maurice Bishop & Grenadian Freedom Fighters
By Lasana Sekou

Revolution As Poetic Inspiration
: Grenada in Maroon Lives
by Fabian Adekunle Badejo

Paperback, Poetry, Literature, 96 pp.


ISBN: 978-0988825-24-6

Supple, integrative language, engaging scholarship, expansive allusions, sharp wit, musical vigor … make Maroon Lives resonate with other times and places. … Powerful extensive elegy that privileges revolution will not grow old.
– Keith Ellis, author, Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto

lazy_lizardLizzy Lizzard
by Robin Boasman


ISBN: 978-0988825-21-5

Lizzy Lizard is Robin Boasman’s darling contribution to the children’s literature of the Caribbean. What an absolute delight to get the grand tour of St. Martin with Lizzy Lizard and her new friends! – Jamie Alleyne, Learning & Child Development Consultant

Little Lizzy Lizard’s Long walk quickly turns into an adventure in and around St. Martin’s busiest city. The book’s photo art illustrations convey a sense of magic to places easily identified by boys and girls, ages 4 to 9. Meet the endearing Suzy Soldier Crab, Iggy iguana, Missy Mongoose, and Pico Pelican. Lizzy Lizard will prove popular with confident readers; and with families who can spend time reading it together.

h3Haïti et l identité littéraire trans-caribéenne
Emilio Jorge Rodríguez

Essais / Littérature / Études culturelles / Critique Littéraire


ISBN: 978-0988825253

La collection d’essais de Rodríguez est d’une importance capitale, dévoilant des échanges clés entre écrivains haïtiens et cubains, échanges dialogiques traversant des différences linguistiques et historiques pour tisser un lien essentiel de compréhension qui ouvra la porte à de nouvelles formes de créativité.
– Myriam J.A. Chancy, Ph.D., Auteur de Framing Silence: Revolutionary Novels by Haitian Women

Ce livre excellent et circonstancié qui fouille dans les rapports cachés et profonds qui sous-tendent l héritage culturel d Haïti, met à nu d importantes zones de confluence des peuples de la région.
– Margarita Mateo Palmer, Instituto Superior de Arte, La Havane

 Haiti-engHaiti and Trans-Caribbean Literary Identity / Haiti y la transcaribenidad literaria
by Emilio Jorge Rodriguez

(English and Spanish Edition)

Paperback, literature, essays, culture studies/criticism

Monografías / Critica Literaria


ISBN: 978-0913441589

Jorge Emilio Rodriguez has made a wise choice of the term ‘trans-Caribbean,’ it is of the same family as ‘transculturation’ and sheds light on the process of exchanges and influences that founded the Caribbean identity.
– Maximilien Laroche, author

Con una mirada atenta a las secretas conexiones rizomáticas del legado cultural de Haití, se develan, en este acucioso y excelente libro, importantes zonas de confluencia de los pueblos de la región.
– Margarita Mateo Palmer, Instituto Superior de Arte, Habana.

nat-2Nativity / Nativité / Natividad
Trilingual Edition by Lasana Sekou

Paperback, poetry, literature, 224 pp.

English • Française • Español


ISBN: 978-0-913441-97-8

Nativity cover art: Adán, sculpture/bronze and Eva, sculpture/bronze by Fernando Botero. © Fernando Botero. Courtesy: Museo de Antioquia, Colombia.

In nine haunting segments … a bold narrative, … long overdue … centralizes the region’s indigenous, African, Asian connections. A triumph of Caribbean aesthetics. – Dr. Conrad M. James, University of Birmingham, UK

An exuberant, epic rush … a lusty, encyclopedic yawp. – Roberta Q. Knowles, The Caribbean Writer

yvettecookbookFrom Yvette’s kitchen to Your Table
A Treasury of St. Martin’s Traditional & Contemporary Cuisine
by Yvette Hyman


ISBN:0-913441-16-3 (hard cover)

Delicious, delectable, and delightful dishes. – Gloria Ferris-Bell, nutritionist The recipes of award-winning chef Yvette Hyman, “first lady of St. Martin’s national cuisine” and founder of Yvette’s Restaurant, a gastronomic institution on the Caribbean’s “best dining island” — hailed in the Newsday,The Boston Sunday Globe, The Washington Post among other media.

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lgLydia From Heterosexual to Bisexual to Lesbian to God
by Lydia G. Henderson

Paperback, autobiography, adult reading


ISBN: 9780913441-52-7

A captivating look at sexual addiction, pleasure, deceit, betrayal, “demonic attacks,” and the power of God to transform life. – Dr. Judith Arndell, Clinical Psychologist, author

StMartinTalkSt. Martin Talk
Words, phrases, sayings & general communication terms
by Robert Romney


ISBN: 978-0-913441-82-4

With information ranging from the witty to the wise, St. Martin Talk is a handbook of words, phrases, sayings and other communication terms — including those from the St. Martin of old that are still much a part of the everyday speech of the island’s people. This quick reference will happily serve as a home, school, office and travel reference and companion.

thefrock29092010The Frock & Other Poems
by Laurelle “Yaya” Richards


ISBN: 978-0-913441-54-1

In The Frock & Other Poems, Laurelle “Yaya” Richards, at times playful, sometimes stern, the poems do not avoid conflicts, but her strong womanist voice transcends these divisions with the gentle wisdom of her verse.
– Geoffrey Philp, author, USA

sovereignitySovereignty of the Imagination – Conversations III
Language and the Politics of Ethnicity

by George Lamming

Paperback, political philosophy, literature ethnic studies, Caribbean history, 96 pp.


ISBN: 978-0-913441-46-6

Lamming’s preoccupation with freedom is today very apropos because one feature of our contemporary world is the resurgence of a current of thought and action, which heralds the virtues of empire.
Prof. Anthony Bogues, Political Science, Brown University

guanahaniGuanahani, My Love
by Marion Bethel

Paperback, poetry, literature, 72 pp.


ISBN: 978-0-913441-96-1

Guanahaní, my love is the metaphor for a place of more sea than land, of sugar and salt, “the Caribbean, a home”, … share the profound mystery which blankets them all.
Yolanda Wood, Caribe Casa de las Américas

claudeClaude – A Portrait of Power
by Fabian Badejo

Paperback, biographical survey, political studies, 200 pp.


ISBN: 978-0-913441-38-1

“Anybody who can last for thirty-five years in government has my unstinted admiration,” declared former US Secretary of State, Dr. Henry Kissinger, on the occasion of Dr. Claude Wathey’s 35th anniversary in elected public office in St. Martin. According to Badejo, history will not only weigh what this Caribbean political strongman “has done for the island, … nor how well he was liked or disliked” but “what he may have failed to do, too.”

i believeI Believe
by Howard A. Fergus

Paperback, comparative literature, culture studies, criticism, 104 pp.


ISBN: 978-0-913441-95-4

In the clean lyric line, the rhyming line … an honest, unsentimental perception of humanity. From a freshly-wrought volcanic landscape, Fergus speaks authentically, deeply.
Marion Bethel, author, The Bahamas

More than an untroubled declaration of faith, I Believe is in fact an option to believe, and so evokes its absent opposite against which it presses given humanity’s ‘imperfect garden.’
Dr. Jennifer Rahim, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago

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Lasana Sekou | Color and Cultural Identity | Caribbean Culture © 2007.

NATIVITY‘ recited by author Lasana Sekou, Casa de las Américas, La Habana, Cuba 2014. © by L.M. Sekou and CASA.

Title Deeds Poem by Lasana Sekou © 2009 by Angelo Rombley, Big Eye Opener Studios and Kevin James, Motion Graphics.

Eva/sion/es -fragmento – (Chiqui Vicioso, República Dominicana).

Lasana Slideshow Tribute by Lasana Sekou © 2010 by Angelo Rombley, Big Eye Opener Studios.

En busca de la gracia, Marion Bethel, Memoria del Festival Internacional de Poesía de Medellín.

Trigo sagrado, Nidaa Khoury, Israel, Memoria del Festival Internacional de Poesía de Medellín.

Somebody Blew Up America – 9/11 Poem by Amiri Baraka.

Mesa Redonda – Quince Duncan, Dlia McDonald, Ana Cristina Rossi, Lasana M. Sekou

Dope Up RoughingsDope Up Roughings
“The Salt Reaper – Selected poems from the flats” © 2009 by Angelo Rombley, Big Eye Opener Studios.

“The Salt Reaper – Selected poems from the flats” © 2009 by Angelo Rombley, Big Eye Opener Studios.

“The Salt Reaper – Selected poems from the flats” © 2009 by Angelo Rombley, Big Eye Opener Studios.

Lasana Sekou, Saint Martin
Memoria del Festival Internacional de Poesía de Medellín.

Love Song Make You CrySelected reading from Nativity
by Lasana Sekou; Performance: Clara Reyes. Video courtesy: © 2006 Marguerite Laurent.

Discover Great Writers

booksinsBook of Sins
by Nidaa Khoury



ISBN: 978-0-913441-99-2

A first poetry collection published outside the Middle East in English, Arabic and Hebrew.

One of the major exponents of modernist Arab women writing is the Palestinian poet Nidaa Khoury. Khoury was born in the Galilee village of Fassuta. She is the author of seven poetry collections published in Arabic in Israel, Lebanon and Egypt. … Indeed, the exquisite purity of Khoury’s style and her transparent sincerity are further reasons why her poetry altogether escapes the taint of artificial versifying.  … Khoury’s poems transcend national and cultural boundaries … effective even outside her language area.
– Yair Huri, Ben Gurion University of the Negev

pelicanCorazón de pelícano
Antología poética de Lasana M. Sekou

Pelican Heart – An Anthology of Poems
by Lasana M. Sekou
Edited by Emilio Jorge Rodríguez

Paperback, poetry, literary criticism, 432
English • Español


ISBN: 978-0-913441-93-0

Estos poemas, con su oído claro, su hocico observador y su ritmo de tambor innombrable, anuncian la posibilidad de un Caribe mejor.
– Nancy Morejón, author, Cuba

Defiance, movement, and renewal. The Pelican Heart poems defy an easy classification, proposes a new way to “travel” and “read” the Caribbean world and beyond
– Ivette Romero-Cesareo, Marist College, New York

Chiqui Vicioso

Paperback, poetry, literature, 112 pp.
English • Español • Française


ISBN: 0-913441-67-8

Out of the wreckage of paradise comes this passionate rendering of the human soul, mortal and immortal, a saga of love beyond the individual and yet touching each of us … Memorable … if we are prepared to ride with the poet through hell and heaven.
– Dr. Agnes Lam, University of Hong Kong

Respira y vive aquí, con nosotros, y enseguida vuela y se coloca en el paisaje del mito. Es como ella, como Chiqui, alta y definitiva, clara y limpia como el agua de los orígenes.
– Abel Prieto, Ministro de Cultura, Cuba

somebodySomebody Blew Up America & Other Poems
by Amiri Baraka

Paperback, poetry, literature, 57 pp
4th printing by popular demand!


ISBN: 978-0-913441-79-4

The publication of Amiri Baraka’s Somebody Blew Up America & Other Poems makes one more mark in the development in modern Black radical & revolutionary cultural reconstruction.
Kamau Brathwaite, Cow Pastor, Barbados; Comparative Lit., New York University

wordsneedWords Need Love Too
by Kamau Brathwaite

Paperback, poetry, literature, 90 pp.


ISBN: 0-913441-47-3

Words Need Love Too is perhaps, Kamau Brathwaite’s most concentrated effort at fashioning a new literary tradition out of the fragmented pieces/rhythms/nation languages that form the New World. No other poet, living or dead, makes us participants in, and co-celebrants of the liturgy of the word, like Brathwaite.

angelhornThe Angel Horn Shake Keane (1927-1997) ­ Collected Poems
by Shake Keane

Paperback, poetry, literature, 182 pp.


ISBN: 0-913441-66-X

The Angel Horn… is vintage Shake Keane. … spanning a period of 40 years the best of Keane, his mastery of the folk culture, play on words, use of nation language and of musical symbols and themes, and the integration of rhymes and riddles … .
– Dr. Adrian Fraser, author, scholar, St. Vincent & The Grenadines


Tanbo-bookFree copy with all HNP orders … While supply last

Fete – Celebrating St. Martin Traditional Festive Music

A special culture features publication, song, music, dance, carnival, and more, 48 pp.

Contents: Foreword • Tanny & The Boys • Bèbè recalls • In a fête • Quimbé • Carnival • “Jim Tucker” Samuel • Ray Anthony Thomas Tale of a concert • A blast in The Netherlands • Ponum • A bumper crop • Eat, drink …


1998 St. Martin Historical Anniversaries Posters
Limited Edition

Museum gift quality,
Size: 36″ x 24″


Limited Edition

GEBE Through The Years – Power To Serve
Limited edition

Hardcover, 9″ x 11″
public utility history, profiles, interviews, graphs, photos from 1906 to 2006; 248 pp.

ISBN: 0-913441-77-0


Fête – The first recording of traditional St. Martin festive music
by Tanny & The Boys

CD, Mountain Dove Records


ISBN: 0-913441-85-6

“The Boys” are back in 2007 with a second release of their first recording, … Read more

Art Revue

Angelo RombleyThe earthquake that has claimed some 200,000 lives in Haiti and left that Caribbean nation in ruins has evoked quite some artistic responses as the whole world rushes in with an avalanche of humanitarian aid. But few artists have captured on canvas, the depth and spiritual dimension of this incredible tragedy as Mosera has done in “After Shock,” an imposing painting that grabs the viewers’ attention for its size as much as for its thematic content and treatment. Read more