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Marcia Douglas, author

 

 

 

 

Marcia DouglasMarcia Douglas was born in England and grew up in Jamaica. autShe is the author of the novels, Madam Fate (Soho, 1999) and Notes from a Writer's Book of Cures and Spells (Peepal Tree Press, 2005) as well as a collection of poetry, Electricity Comes to Cocoa Bottom (Peepal Tree Press, 1999) which received a Poetry Book Society Recommendation in the U.K.

Her work has appeared in anthologies and journals internationally including The Oxford Book of Caribbean Verse (Stewart Brown and Mark McWatt eds.,) Mojo: Conjure Stories (Nalo Hopkinson, ed.,) Enlaces: Transnacionalidad- El Caribe y su Diáspora- Lengua, Literatura y Cultura en los Albores del Siglo XXI (Linda Rodríquez Guglielmoni and Miriam González Hernández, eds.,) Whispers from under the Cotton Tree Root (Nalo Hopkinson, ed.,) The Forward Book of Poetry 2000 (Simon Armitage, ed.,) Cultural Activism: Poetic Voices, Political Voices (Gertrude Gonzales and Anne Mammary eds.,) The Edexcel Anthology for GCSE English (Anna Maloney ed.,) and Sisters of Caliban: Contemporary Women Poets of the Caribbean (MJ Fenwick, ed.)

Marcia teaches at the University of Colorado, Boulder

 

 

 

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