Kwéyòl Donmnik: Learn Dominican Kwéyòl!

Kwéyòl Donmnik: Learn Dominican Kwéyòl!

Part of Dominica’s rich heritage is the creole (kweyol, kwéyòl) language spoken by her people. Interspersed and mixed in daily English conversations, or spoken in full,  creole plays a vital role in Dominica’s history and culture. Having emerged during the...

NILF News!

The Nature Island Literary Festival (NILF) is almost here – mark your calendars for August 5th – 7th at UWI in Roseau. This week… Register your kids by Wednesday July 27th for the Children’s Writing Workshop which will be held on July 30th at...

The Snake King of the Kalinago

This wonderful book was written by the Grade 6 children of Atkinson School in Bataka, Dominica. It is a mythical story from the legends of the Kalinago people (Carib Indians). From the back cover: “This charming story based on an ancient myth is retold by the...

“Black and White Sands” by Elma Napier Just Published

Elma Napier, author of the book “Black and White Sands,”  has had her book published 47 years after it was written. The manuscript was hidden away since it failed to get published back in 1962. Elma’s daughter, Patricia Honychurch, recently found it...

New DOMINICA GUIDE BOOK hits the streets

Dominica now has its very own Travel Guide! The first Travel Guide dedicated solely to Dominica was officially published by Bradt Travel Guides on January 1st, 2008. The guide was written by Paul Crask. The book has been well-received, getting rave reviews from many...