From Heterosexual to Bisexual to Lesbian to God
by Lydia G. Henderson
Paperback, autobiography, adult reading
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
Because of Prayer
by Felecita T. Williams
There was a little girl on Curaçao (originally from St. Maarten) who was suffering from serious kidney failure, as a result of “Nephritic Syndrome.” Moreover, it was revealed that she was seriously ill in an isolation room.
– Dr. E.D. Wolff, Sophia Kinderziekenhuis, The Netherlands
Claude – A Portrait of Power
by Fabian Badejo
Paperback, biographical survey, political studies, 200 pp.
“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.”
Cul-de-Sac People – A St. Martin Family Series
by Mathias S. Voges
Family studies, 135 pp.
A first and fascinating labor of love and scholarship highlighting, in text and illustrations, St. Martin’s people, history, culture and natural environment. Extensive bibliography.
Junior scholastic reading of non-traditional pioneers (architecture) of the Caribbean islands of St. Martin, Saba and St. Eustatius.
Junior scholastic reading of non-traditional pioneers (engineering) of the Caribbean islands of St. Martin, Saba and St. Eustatius.
Junior scholastic reading of non-traditional pioneers (sports) of the Caribbean islands of
St. Martin, Saba and St. Eustatius.
Junior scholastic reading of non-traditional pioneers (music) of the Caribbean islands of
St. Martin, Saba and St. Eustatius.
In this rare text, St. Eustatius’s first Catholic priest, Henry “Alfie” Heillegger, speaks about his life and times, his vocation, and his faith.
National Symbols of St. Martin – A Primer
Edited by Lasana Sekou
Hardcover, 173 pp., 8.5″ x 11″ (3rd printing)
A first and fascinating labor of love and scholarship highlighting, in text and illustrations,
St. Martin’s people, history, culture and natural environment. Extensive bibliography.
Paperback, culture/entertainment, 150 pp., 7.5in. x 8.5in.
St. Martin Massive! offers an inspiring look at the men and women whose hard work have had a profound impact on the St. Martin nation, and especially its dynamic cultural development and entertainment life.
– Shujah Reiph, producer/host, Conscious Lyrics radio magazine
Record Label: Mountain Dove Records, Audio CD, Spoken Word/Poetry
Lasana Sekou has moved his impressive book of poetry The Salt Reaper into the field of Word Music … poems accompanied by hurtling hot music … A brilliant move!
– Amiri Baraka, author of Blues People
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About the Authors
Marion Bethel is a poet, short story writer, essayist and attorney from The Bahamas. A Cambridge University graduate, Bethel’s writings have appeared in Callaloo, The Massachusetts Review, … Read more
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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 …