Senseisha: Memoirs of the Caribbean Woman (Edited by Shakirah Bourne & Juliette Maughan)

Senseisha is a collection of truly intimate, non-fiction stories written by Caribbean women. From a girl’s first period to the elation of a first orgasm, Senseisha takes us on a journey of love, lust, pain and pleasure, and the ongoing internal conflict between love for God, and love for sex. More

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About Shakirah Bourne

Shakirah Bourne is a Barbadian writer, editor and filmmaker. She has won several awards for her stories,including the UNICEF Award for short fiction that best represents the rights of a child, and the Barbados Manufacturer's Award for short fiction that best represents Bajan culture. She is a lover of good food and white-sand beaches, where she unearths some of her most delicious stories. She believes that most ailments can be cured by sleeping on the beach at least twice a week.

She has been published in several literary journals, including POUI, Arts Etc, The Caribbean Writer and Journal of Caribbean Literatures.

She is also the writer of feature film, PAYDAY, which has been screened at festivals and cinemas regionally and internationally.


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