Issue 4 of the Caribbean InTransit Arts Journal, with the work of guest editors Alanna Lockward and Keith Nurse, is now available online.
The Caribbean InTransit Spring 2013 issue includes essays such as Arthur Asseo and María de Mater O’Neill’s “A Socially Responsible Design Business Approach to Puerto Rico’s Volatile Market,” Yanique Hume’s “Art Patronage in a Caribbean Context: The Awon & Akyem Connection,” “The Web’s Obeah: Threads of Imagination” by Asif Khan, and “Caribbean Street Art: Wayside Livelihood or Alternative Route?” by Winston O’Young.
In this issue, editor-in-chief Marielle Barrow interviews Neysha Soodeen and guest editor Alanna Lockward interviews Mónica Ferreras. There are visual essays by Annalee Davis, Jorge Luis Porrata, Roshini Kempadoo, Adler Guerrier, Patricia Grassals, and Marielle Barrow; artists’ essays by Nicolás Dumit Estévez and Raúl Moarquech Ferrera Balanquet; poetry by Rita Indiana Hernández and Quinsy Gario; reviews, and a lot more.
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