Mature Archive


“A lot of people have been asking me since when I’ve been writing. Well, I have been writing since I was 9 years old. I have always written. If you look into copies of the Voice Newspaper of 30 to 40 years ago, you will find poems by little Dawn French. What is new to


“My farm is in Venus, Millet. I grow quite a bit of produce like the ginger (jenjamn) and turmeric (tjitjima) that you can see here. The area is snake infested; we kill snakes (sèpan) and boa constrictors (tèt chyen) on a regular basis. Thank God for my ‘tosh’. I always keep one near by to


“A number of persons have asked me to take my picture.  Tell me what you are doing with it and then you can take it.”


Meet Thelma, a school teacher who was raised in Marchand, Castries. Listen as she speaks of her up bringing, her achievements, her strong hard-working mother and her dreadlocks. “When you hear of the Marchand community and Marchand, there is a lot of negative connotation. But I am really proud to say that I am a

Rain by 4th World

So, we are still in New York and should be featuring humans of Saint Lucia over here, however, we found this video online last night and thought we should share. The band featured here is 4th World out of Saint Lucia. We really loved their vibe, the beat and the vid as well. Let us


Humans of Saint Lucia in New York. “Growing up in Saint Lucia, I always wanted to do ‘boys’ stuff like climbing trees and karate however, my father wanted me to do ‘girlie’ stuff.  Deep down I was never a ‘girlie’ girl but never got a chance in my younger years to be the real me.


“From Messenger to IT Manager and Professor. I came from a humble background and on completion of secondary school, I always promised my mom that I would not have stayed by the road side and smoke weed. A family friend then gave me the opportunity to work as an Office Assistant/Messenger in the Government Service


“Some years aback, while completing my first degree, I interviewed for an IT internship position with First Caribbean International Bank in Barbados, the interviewer asked me to identify my weaknesses. After giving it some thought, I responded, “fear”; more specifically fear of failure. At this point, the interviewer observed that although it may be my