ACWWS Talk Di Tings: Feedback on Lelawattee Manoo-Rahming’s Poetry Reading at FIU
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On March 19th 2019, Indo-Trinidadian Writer, Lelawattee (Asha) Manoo-Rahming, read her poetry at the Glenn Hubert Library at FIU’s Biscayne Bay campus. Lelawattee Manoo-Rahming, aka Asha, also visited Professor Weir-Soley’s “Caribbean Women Writers” class because the students were studying her poetry collection, Curry Flavor. In addition to the hosts, this video features (in studio) an interview with Tamara Rosseau, a graduate student who was present at the poetry reading and clips from Asha’s readings with poetry and Q & A.
Association of Caribbean Women Writers and Scholars and Florida International University, "ACWWS Talk Di Tings: Feedback on Lelawattee Manoo-Rahming’s Poetry Reading at FIU" (2019). ACWWS Talk Di Tings. 3.
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