Calabash: A Journal of Carribean Arts and 
Letters
Volume 1, NUMBER 1 / September 2000
In this Issue  

POETRY

NONFICTION

Curry Powder
Moruga
Alzheimer's Disease
Anthuriums
by Christian A Campbell

The Last Resort
Wrecks
by Ann Wood Fuller

Cricketing
by Dana Gilkes

Carribean Fresco
by Jose B Gonzales

Boundaries
Notes For An Emancipation Poem
by Drisana Deborah Jack

Stripper, Or What's In A Name
by Deanne Kennedy

Untitled I
Untitled IV
by Anu Lakhan

The Woman Who Was Not My Grandmother
What Patrimony Can Do To A Body
by Dwight Maxwell

Six Ways Of Envisioning Loss
What I Want
The Spider Speaks
by Shara McCallum

Kamau's Spider
Sea Jazz
by Sandra E Morris

An Attractive Middle-Aged Woman Dines Out
Une Seduisante Femme D'age Mur Dine Dehors
by Gerthie Owtram

On A Journey To Discover Her Carribean Ingredient
by Miriam Sa'uda Perez

I Think I Saw Apollo Weeping
by Felix de Rooy

I Remember Two Seasons
by June Spalding

Two Guavas
Visiting The Dead
by Lidia Torres

The Exile's Return
The Exile
by Evie Vernon

Transferring The Carribean Babylon To The Stage: An Interview With Gus Edwards
by Michela A Calderaro

The Unbridled Sea: A Review Of Shara McCullum's, "The Sea Beneath Us"
by Michelle A Calderaro

The Visual Arts Of Aruba And The Netherlands Antilles
by Marianne de Tolentino

 Cover: vol1 no 1
"La Combate de Cohones y Iguana"
Image © Tony Monsatto
More information (in vol. 1, no. 2)

FICTION   

Mommie, My Star Pupil
by Opal Palmer Adisa

Watching and Waiting
by James Carmicheal

School
by Adrian Clarke

The Duppy Coconut Tree
by Marsha E Coburn

The Story of Dance and Rain
Histoire de Danse et de Pluie
by Louis-Phillippe Dalembert

 

An Exercise in Discipline
by Deanne Kennedy

The Verandah
by Clifford Mason

Vanishing Point
by Thomas McConnell

On The Side
by Anton Nimblett

Mr. Hugo
by Jennifer Palmer