Diana McCaulay

Diana McCaulay is a Jamaican writer and environmental activist. She is a founding member and the chief executive officer of the Jamaica Environment Trust. She has been a newspaper columnist for Jamaica’s main daily newspaper and has written three award-winning novels: Dog-Heart (Peepal Tree Press, 2010), Huracan (Peepal Tree Press, 2012) and Gone to Drift (Papillote Press, 2016). She was a regional winner of the Commonwealth Short Story Prize in 2012.


A pale white sky

MemoirI REMEMBER A severe drought in 1964 when I was a child. First the grass became crisp and brown, as it always did in the summer. Then the soil cracked, as if there had been an earthquake. Slowly, the...

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