Authors, Publishers & Illustrators

Authors & Publishers of the VPAJ

Vision 30 - 50 - Harmony Hall

Date: 
Apr 20

Venue: HARMONY HALL GALLERY, Coast Road (4 miles east of Ochio Rios), Ocho Rios, St. Ann.  Tel.  (1876) 974-2870Opening hours:  Tues-Sat 10am – 5.30pm (closed on Mondays).

Time: 12NOON

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Harmony Hall invites you to the opening of an exhibition "VISION 30 - 50" by Mazola Wa Mwashigadi

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Information courtesy of Harmony Hall 

Easter Art & Craft Storytime - Bookophilia

Date: 
Apr 12

Venue: BOOKOPHILIA, 92 HOPE ROAD, Tel. (876) 978 - 5248

Time: 1:00 - 2:00PM

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Please see the flyer for further details.

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Information courtesy of Bookophilia 

Exodus Poetry - RedBones Blues Cafe

Date: 
Apr 12

Venue: REDBONES BLUES CAFE, 1 Argyle Road, Kingston 10. Tel. (1876) 978-8262 

Time: 8:00PM

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Please see the flyer for further details.

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Information courtesy of Red Bones Blues Cafe 

Scottish - Jamaica Connects in the Colonial Period - National Library of Jamaica

Date: 
Apr 10

Venue: NATIONAL LIBRARY OF JAMAICA, 12 East Street, Kingston.  Tel. (1876) 967-1526, 967-2516 and 967-2494.

Time: 11:00AM

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This lecture will speak to  Scottish involvement across the island during that period, the implications for the economic development of Scotland, with a focus on Glasgow as the premier Atlantic Port; as well as the lack of acknowledgement in Scotland today about its colonial past.

The presenter will be Mr. Stephen Mullen, PhD candidate at the University of Glasglow.

Scottish - Jamaica Connects in the Colonial Period - National Library of Jamaica

Date: 
Apr 10

Venue: NATIONAL LIBRARY OF JAMAICA, 12 East Street, Kingston.  Tel. (1876) 967-1526, 967-2516 and 967-2494.

Time: 11:00AM

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This lecture will speak to  Scottish involvement across the island during that period, the implications for the economic development of Scotland, with a focus on Glasgow as the premier Atlantic Port; as well as the lack of acknowledgement in Scotland today about its colonial past.

The presenter will be Mr. Stephen Mullen, PhD candidate at the University of Glasglow.

Limbo - UWI Mona Campus

Date: 
Apr 6

Venue: NEVILLE HALL LECTURE THEATRE, University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona Campus, Kingston 1. Tel. (1876) 927-1660-9 (main UWI switchboard) 

Time: 11:00AM

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Esther Figueroa, award-winning Jamaican independent filmmaker, known for such documentaries as Jamaica For Sale, Massa God Fish Can Done, and Cockpit Country is Our Home, has written Limbo – A Novel About Jamaica that was released worldwide on March 4 by Arcade Publishing.

Please see the flyer for further details.

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Still Waters Anniversary - UWI Mona Visitors' Lodge

Date: 
Mar 30

Venue: THE GOLD ROOM, UWI MONA VISITORS' LODGE, UWI MONA CAMPUS, 2 GARDEN LANE, KINGSTON 7

Time: 6:00PM

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Come out and enjoy a fabulous night of live Christian music and poetry!

Please see the flyer for further details.

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Information courtesy of Still Waters Ja.

Small Business Book Awards

Deadline: 
Wed, 2014-04-30

The 2014 Small Business Book Awards, now in their 6th year, celebrate the best business books that entrepreneurs, small business owners, CEOs, managers, and their staffs should read. They also recognize important resources supporting authors and the publishing industry. The small business community plays a key role by nominating, showing their support for, and voting on their favorites. 

Nominations

To submit a book for nomination please make sure it fits the following criteria: 

Redbones Poetry Night - RedBones Blues Cafe

Date: 
Mar 26

Venue: REDBONES BLUES CAFE, 1 Argyle Road, Kingston 10. Tel. (1876) 978-8262

Time: 8:00PM

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Please see the flyer for further details.

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Information courtesy of RedBones 

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