Interview originally in Caribbean Literary Salon:
SANDRA SEALY describes herself as “a Barbadian-Canadian raised artist clutching an English birth certificate, emerging from her chrysalis.” She is a former Literary Arts Officer with the National Cultural Foundation (NCF) of Barbados, a former coordinator for the VOICES: Barbados Writers' Collective, and a former coordinator for and winner of the Irving Burgie Literary & Creative Arts Scholarship in Barbados.
Sandra Morris Sealy is a Caribbean freelance journalist/editor, an award winning creative writer and Cultural Officer - Literary Arts (ag.) for Barbados' National Cultural Foundation. Sandra was the second Co-ordinator/Webmistress of VOICES: Barbados Writers Collective -one of the most dynamic writers groups in the Caribbean.
Visit her website, to read more of her poetry.
You can contact Ms. Sealy via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by sending an e-mail to TimBookTu and it will be forwarded.
Greensleeves Villa, a private estate managed by Blue Sky Luxury - I did the copywriting for this online brochure.
My advertorial article "Southern Comfort At Ocean Two" (new 4-star property) in Living Barbados Magazine - April 2011 edition | 3rd issue. - under my nom de plume Savannah E. Morrisey
My interview with Bajan comedic duo Rum & Koke in Living Barbados Magazine's April 2016 edition. Read the full article in Issuu. Subscribe at livingbarbadosmagazine.com
"The Williams Industries Inc. family mingled during cocktails and buffet dinner replete with sumptuous Bajan Christmas delicacies, hosted by Chairman of the Board, Ralph "Bizzy" Williams and his wife, Shelly. After the meal, Bizzy got down to the business of sharing and executing his strategic vision of ensuring each staff member’s ability to gain greater security for themselves and their families by earning shares after years of service. He began his presentation with emphasizing the critical link between "family and work". In addition, he announced the Group’s commitment to keeping Barbados green in the development of bio-diesel and solid waste products-due to come on stream soon.
Known for his hands-on and down to earth style, Williams succinctly offered a report revealing the generally good growth of the group of companies over the past year, as well as the issue of 60,500 new shares to reward longstanding employees that evening."
*Services requested by Williams Industries Inc. - Dec 2007
**Copy Distributed by Castagne Williams Advertising to both major dailies: The Nation Newspaper and The Barbados Advocate
ISSUU - Barbados Property News April/May 2015 by Hi...
BELLYOLOGIST REVIEW Puddin' and souse lunch - a traditional Saturday lunch in Barbados. Enjoyed mine from The Village Buffet & Grill, Coverley: steamed puddin' (grated sweet potato), spicy pickled cucumber, souse (MY CHOICE: lean pork, pig ear, tongue) and breadfruit. So good! Great ambience, a delicious array of Caribbean food, good service. Eat inside and admire colourful chattel-house-inspired art or watch the world go by on the patio. **NB. Shannie now is based at The Village Buffet in Sheraton Centre.
Bold Enough To Celebrate Creativity | Seawoman's Caribbean Writing
By Sandra Sealy
"How did I celebrate International Women’s Day 2017?
I started with visiting the website to see what was happening this year and how I could participate meaningfully." READ MORE
Under Resources for Poets by Maxine Anderson of The City University of New York who says the following about:
Seawoman’s Caribbean Writing
'Offering “carefully selected resources and markets for writers of several genres of the Caribbean and beyond,” this is an incredibly useful (and regularly updated) compendium of submission and publication opportunities. Websites and e-zines are particularly well-represented, and the site also includes information about marketing and copyright issues.'