'The Power of Stories' Interview With Diana McCaulay

Posted on 01/07/2013
By Commonwealth Foundation
"I made the jump to fiction as I realised that fiction has this much broader market. If you do it well you're not necessarily preaching, and you can let your characters speak for you... with fiction you have this unlimited amount of people whose voices you can appropriate."
Diana McCaulay

Diana was interviewed at the 2013 BOCAS Literature Festival in Trinidad.

Diana McCaulay, Regional Winner 2012 CSSPAward-winning Jamaican short story writer and novelist Diana McCaulay was the 2012 Commonwealth Short Story Regional Winner for the Caribbean for her story The Dolphin Catcher. Based in Kingston, Jamaica, Diana is also the CEO of the Jamaica Environment Trust.
In May 2014 Diana was also one of our Visiting Writers. You can read her posts here.

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