Robert Edison Sandiford is the author of two short story collections, Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall (1995) and The Tree of Youth (2005); the graphic novels Attractive Forces (1997) and Stray Moonbeams (2002); and a travel memoir, Sand for Snow: A Caribbean-Canadian Chronicle(2003). Co-founding editor of ArtsEtc: The Premier Cultural Guide to Barbados, he has worked as a journalist, book publisher, video producer (with Warm Water Productions), and teacher.
He has won awards for both his writing and editing, including Barbados’ Governor General’s Award of Excellence in Literary Arts, a Frank Collymore Literary Endowment Award and the Harold Hoyte Award.
His new novel And Sometimes They Fly will be released April 2013.
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In November 2012 I featured an interview with Eve Seymour, a new Caribbean writer of Erotica. Her rambunctious tale, Broken Rules puts her firmly in line to become the foremost Caribbean writer of Erotica. (Those of you who’ve read the book, please correct me if I’m wrong!)
Now, please allow me to introduce you to the work of Robert E. Sandiford, whom I consider the foremost Caribbean writer of Erotica at this time.
Robert E. is no newcomer on the local, regional and international scenes. Journalist, essayist, biographer, short story writer, novelist, video producer and editor extraordinaire, he is one of Barbados’s top contemporary writers.
To date he’s written and had published short story collections, essays, his memoirs, and (my favourite!) a series of erotic graphic novels: Attractive Forces, Stray Moonbeams and Great Moves.
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