The Birth of Jounen Kwéyòl 

By Monica Victor It was the late Dame Selipha Sesenne Descartes who said, “Manmay Mopo, Wassin Kwéyòl (Children of Mon Repos, the root of creole)!  The birthplace of the queen herself, […]

Rose:Deeply Rooted In My Heart

By: Andrea Jackson-Gannon It’s that time of year and once again I am consumed with nostalgia. In fact from January to December to February to August it’s a roller coaster […]

Ma Dytoo Dead Tonight

By: Tricia Augustin   It was nearly evening and Ma Dytoo had just finish roasting some sweet potatoes, when she noticed that Africa wasn’t lying in her usual spot. A bit puzzled, […]