The Journey of a Caribbean Writer
Distributed for Seagull Books
Even while paying homage to her intellectual and literary influences—including Frantz Fanon, Leopold Sedar Senghor, and Aimé Césaire—Condé establishes in these pages the singularity of her vision and the reason for the enormous admiration that her writing has garnered from readers and critics alike.
What is a Caribbean Writer?
Instructions on How to Become a ‘Caribbean’ Writer
Intimate Enemies: A Writer’s Reflection on Translation
Searching for Our Truths
The Voyager In, The Voyager Out
Beyond Languages and Colours
Césaire’s Negritude, Senghor’s Negritude
Why Negritude? Negritude or Revolution?
The Difficult Relationship with Africa: An Interview with Maryse Condé
Living on My Island, Guadeloupe
On the Other Side, Another Country: Africa as Seen by African American Writers
Globalization and Diaspora
Literature and Globalization
A Servant to Two Masters: Césaire and Fanon
Lands of the Atlantic
Sketching a Literature from the French Antilles: From Negritude to Céolité