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Flyer for Kim Robinson-Walcott, University of The West Indies, Mona Jamaica: Two Presentations

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Flyer for Kim Robinson-Walcott, University of The West Indies, Mona Jamaica: Two Presentations
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Alba, Patricia
Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida
Department of English, University of Florida
Department of English, University of Florida
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Department of English, University of Florida
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MarketWise: A Career in Academic and Literary Editing October 9 | 12:30 PM | Dauer Hall 215 Please rsvp to aulanow@ufl.edu and rosenber@ufl.edu by September 30th. Join us for a working lunch with Kim Robinson- Walcott. Dr. Robinson-Walcott will discuss her career as an editor of academic journals and books as well as of literary manuscripts. She will also provide advice for scholars submitting manuscripts. “Black Man Time Now!” Race, Class and Culture in 1970s Jamaica October 9 | 4:00 PM | Scott Nygren Studio, Library West Join us for a book talk by Kim Robinson- Walcott. Dr. Robinson-Walcott will dicuss her new publication, “Black Man Time Now!” Race, Class and Culture in 1970s Jamaica. Previous publications include Jamaican Art, The How to Be Jamaican Handbook, and the children’s book Dale’s Mango Tree, which she also illustrated.
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Kim Robinson-Walcott, PhD, is editor/head of Caribbean Quarterly, University of the West Indies, Mona. She is also the editor of Jamaica Journal, published by the Institute of Jamaica. She worked as a fiction and general trade editor for many years and worked closely with the Jamaican author Anthony C. Winkler on most of his novels. Her publications include the scholarly work Out of Order! Anthony Winkler and White West Indian Writing (University of the West Indies Press, 2006), Jamaican Art (Kingston Publishers, 1989, 2011) which she co-authored, The How to Be Jamaican Handbook (Jamrite Publications, 1988) which she co-authored and illustrated, and the children’s book Dale’s Mango Tree (Kingston Publishers, 1992), which she also illustrated. Her scholarly articles, book chapters, short stories and poems have been published in a number of journals and anthologies. A second illustrated children’s book and a short story collection are forthcoming.

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KIM ROBINSON-WALCOTT, UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES, MONA JAMAICA MarketWise: A Career in Academic and Literary Editing October 9 | 12:30 PM | Dauer Hall 215 Black Man Time Now! Race, Class and Culture in 1970s Jamaica new publication, Black Man Time Now! Race, Class and Culture in 1970s Jamaica Jamaican Art The How to Be Jamaican Handbook Dales Mango Tree Out of Order! Anthony Winkler and White West Indian Writing Jamaican Art The How to Be Jamaican Handbook Dales Mango Tree