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Robert Antoni Wins 2014 Bocas Prize For Caribbean Literature

Posted at 6:53AM Monday 05 May 2014

Winner of the 2014 One Caribbean Media (OCM) Bocas Prize for Caribbean Literature, Robert Antoni, said he will share the US$10,000 prize money with the other finalists.

Antoni was announced as the winner from the top three writers for his book As Flies to Whatless Boys at an awards ceremony at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA), Port of Spain, on Saturday.

The other finalists were Lorna Goodison in the poetry category for "Oracabessa (Carcanet)" and Kei Miller for his non-fiction work Writing Down the Vision: Essays and Prophecies.

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Akashic: As Flies to Whatless Boys By: Robert Antoni




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