Jamaican Writers Society

Jamaican Writers Society is a professional organization consisting of Jamaican Writers of all genres of writing. This includes: Poets, Bloggers, Fiction Writers, Non-fiction Writers, Playwrights, Children Story Writers, Song Writers, etc.

Announcement of shortlist entries for Lignum Vitae Awards


Announcement of shortlist entries for Lignum Vitae Awards

The Jamaican Writers Society (JaWS) in collaboration with the Jamaican Copyright Licensing Agency (Jamcopy) will announce the shortlisted entries for the Lignum Vitae Awards.

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About Denise N. Fyffe, Editor in Chief

Jamaican author, Denise N. Fyffe, has over 30 published books to her credit. She authored several volumes of poetry, Christian books and scholarly titles. Her books include Declarations for my Sons and Daughters and Sudden Death: Loosening Foundations, which tackles the issues of depression, rape, incest and suicide. Visit https://www.theislandjournal.com, https://denisenfyffe.wordpress.com/ and https://revthechristianlife.wordpress.com for more of her work.

2 comments on “Announcement of shortlist entries for Lignum Vitae Awards

  1. Teri Ann Paisley
    October 15, 2015

    When can we expect the announcement?

    Liked by 1 person

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