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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
Exclusive evening at Fusion story - first published in Barbados Today - was curated by the Barbados Gazette
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This list will prove to be useful for those travelling along their freelance journey:
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
My story of the the #Barbados Chocolate & Pastry Festival 2016 with additional photos of the delicious happenings.
Story & Photo credit: Seawoman Creative Media
My award-winning poem "Haitian Water Bearer" published on the International Women's Day website for 2017 celebrations
My 1st Barbados Today cover story and coverage of the "From Bussa To Barrow And Beyond" production - once of the 50 Barbados iconic events for April 2016. Published in Barbados Today e-paper dd: April 18th 2016 pg 10-11 - Story credit: Seawoman Creative Media Photo credit: Alric Gaskin
"Anansi and the Cou Cou Stick" is my NIFCA award-winning story published on Anansesem
What Are You Doing For World Poetry Day? March 21 | Seawoman's Caribbean Writing Opps.
Send a #WorldPoetryDay e-postcard and get more ideas from this post.
My coverage of The Barbados Chocolate & Pastry Festival 2016 organized by I'm Impressed Events. Had the pleasure of interviewing chocolatier & chef Michael Poole of Seattle, USA. Story & Photo credits: Seawoman Creative Media
My Barbados Today web story focused on awareness by the Barbados Haemophilia Association. Find out more by visting their FB page: www.facebook.com/BarbadosHaemophiliaAssociation Story credit: Seawoman Creative Media