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.'
Had the delicious pleasure of covering the Barbados Chocolate & Pastry Festival earlier this month. READ below Chef Michael's pic, also published at Barbados Today's website and with additional photos in their e-paper. I also interviewed this Seattle-based chocolatier and chef of Hot Chocolat Artisan Firehouse Chocolates. His dark chocolate ganache was (cliche warning) to-die-for.
Was it good? Oh yeah!
Though Saturday at Lloyd Erskine Sandiford represented the 2nd Barbados Chocolate & P...
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
Greensleeves Villa, a private estate managed by Blue Sky Luxury - I did the copywriting for this online brochure.
Bold Enough To Celebrate Creativity | Seawoman's Caribbean Writing Opps
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
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.
My award-winning story published
"Once not so long ago, there lived Anansi with his mother, Ma Nanse. They resided in a small greenheart bungalow in Talk Yuh Name Village...READ MORE
Charge For Your Writing and Editing Services | Seawoman's Caribbean Writing Opps By Sandra Sealy
This list will prove to be useful for those travelling along their freelance journey:
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
Anansi and the Cou Cou Stick (An Original Anansi Story) | Anansesem - The Caribbean Children's Literature Ezine
"Anansi and the Cou Cou Stick" is my NIFCA award-winning story published on Anansesem