“And all I offer here is the distilled poetry of my existence…”
Claude McKay, Poet Laureate of Jamaica, 1889-1948
I have been a reporter since 1998, covering mainly business and politics. My work has appeared in publications in Canada, the U.S. and Jamaica, including Reuters, the Washington Post, the Associated Press, the Guardia, the Christian Science Monitor and the Ottawa Citizen.
I also work for 18 Degrees North, for which we won two Press Association of Jamaica awardS for Electronic story.
I am also a part-time journalism lecturer at the University of The West Indies.
Hey Kate. Just seeing your blog and I love it. Just to let you know that you inspire me and I read some of your works and I want to do print journalism and you have given me the inspiration that I lost.
Hi Fitsroy. This is lovely to hear. Happy to inspire you.
Hey Kate! I hope all is well with you and the family. I am in Jamaica. Where can I get some great natural juice on the island. Looking forward to hear from you.
Hmmm, we always get it from Jamaica Juice at Sovereign or Earl’s…
OK! Thank you.
Just finding your blog, thanks to @Petchary/Emma. Feel free to read, if not follow, my blog also, http://jamaicapoliticaleconomy.wordpress.com/. Synergy is important. Good luck with the volunteering (which I see just got a big-up from the PM), and enjoy taking Jamaica to the world.
Thanks for reading and now following your blog!
Did you get my email and open letter appealing for assistance in my uncles murder, Retired Fr Charles Brown?
How may I contact you? I am seeking a journalists help that covers Jamaican news.
Thanks for reading!