The Coil

The Coil

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by Vidyaratha Kissoon “Duh turmeric, dat is what we call dye right?“ the minibus conductor asked me. We were talking about turmeric and things good...

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by Vidyaratha Kissoon “I want to go home, I don’t want to go to the health centre” the woman told us. The rain was falling....

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by Vidyaratha Kissoon “You want sour pun it” the woman asked me. The plantain chips were in a clear plastic bag, knotted at the top....

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by Vidyaratha Kissoon Dear President Granger A teacher beat a child on the Tuesday day before Diwali. The beating resulted in bruises on the child. The...

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by Vidyaratha Kissoon “What is the real date for Diwali?” the man on the phone asked. Guyana has been blessed with two dates for Diwali since...

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by Vidyaratha Kissoon ‘Da luv her chirren.. she must have tripped out.. “ a woman from Bath, St Thomas, Jamaica said to the media. Da...

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by Vidyaratha Kissoon “Good afternoon sir” one of the students said as they walked out from from the field to the school. There are two...

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by Vidyaratha Kissoon "The Heritage celebrations are watered down" Andrew Campbell told me. Andrew Campbell is a young Guyanese man who is actively interested in...

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by Vidyaratha Kissoon To buy or not to buy It is a hot afternoon in St Augustine, Trinidad. I had just stood in line to buy...

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by Vidyaratha Kissoon “I kept talking, but like no one was listening to me, no one believed me.. I myself didn’t believe my own situation”...

RANDOM BITES

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by Vidyaratha Kissoon “Duh turmeric, dat is what we call dye right?“ the minibus conductor asked me. We were talking about turmeric and things good...