- People keep asking about Bocas in relation to Calabash, Jamaica's Litfest which starts on May 30 in Treasure Beach, Jamaica this year but truly they're not comparable. Calabash is under tents facing the sea at Treasure Beach with a cast of 1000s, Bocas is small, intimate and stimulating in a different way from Calabash which someone once described as the literary version of Reggae Sunsplash...
- — Denise Mina (@DameDeniseMina)Tue, Apr 22 2014 07:44:22Onto 12 hr flight to Trinidad a scant day an a half after recovering from wild vomiting bug. Good luck, everyone. #typhoidAnnie
- — Bloody Scotland (@BloodyScotland)Tue, Apr 22 2014 08:08:25
- — Bocas Lit Fest (@bocaslitfest)Wed, Apr 23 2014 15:53:36
- — Bocas Lit Fest (@bocaslitfest)Wed, Apr 23 2014 15:54:34
- — Nicholas Laughlin (@nplaughlin)Wed, Apr 23 2014 16:45:55
- — Star 94.7 Trinidad (@star947tt)Wed, Apr 23 2014 17:53:02The Bocas Lit Fest is on! Lined up for today: FESTIVAL ON CAMPUS Bocas writers visit the UWI campus at St.... http://fb.me/3cu5PezLP
- — Bocas Lit Fest (@bocaslitfest)Wed, Apr 23 2014 20:45:34Today's final #bocas2014 event sees Neil Bissoondath talking inspiration, talent and literary variety, at the Naipaul House Museum!
- — Kellie Magnus (@kelliemagnus)Wed, Apr 23 2014 21:19:55
- — anniepaul (@anniepaul)Thu, Apr 24 2014 11:38:09What a reception Brits gave yday celebrating Q Liz's bday, Shakespeare's 450th, St George's day + opening of 2014 edition of #Bocas LitFest
Bocas Litfest 2014
Just returned from the fourth edition of Bocas Litfest in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Always great, small, intimate and full of workshops and ancillary events like the launch of See Me Here a book of self-portraits by Caribbean Artists. Read on to get a sense of this edition of Bocas...