George W Graham
I was born in Jamaica and won a World Youth Forum scholarship to study at English schools and stay with English families when I was 16. I started my newspaper career at The Haiti Sun in Port au Prince in 1954. My major influences? Aldous Huxley (when I was very young), Don Marquis, Thorne Smith, Raymond Chandler, and of course the usual people whose works we had to read in school (Shakespeare, Milton, Browning and so on). more...
Read My Blog,
Girlie: A Love Story
The Color of Ice: A Canadian Serenade
Going to Haiti
The Funniest Duppy Story I Ever Heard
The Mystery of Mount Ida
Funny, I Don't Look Jamaican
The Jamaican Diaspora and the Brain Drain
What Happened to MLK’s Dream?
Do Not Bend, Fold, Spindle or Mutilate
Love and Marriage
The Color of Ice, a Canadian Serenade is Now Available