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A folk dancer made sure to get two titles for her sons.
Faculty of TAMCC's Arts & Humanities department attended UNLEASH. D.E. Ambrose; Kamille John (poet/author); Andrea Mc Leod (visual artist).
D.E. Ambrose with Grenadian international playwright and actor, Richardo Keens-Douglas (brother of Paul Keens-Douglas), who produced UNLEASH.
D.E. Ambrose greets Grenada's Prime Minister after UNLEASH.
Minister Andy Williams always supports Grenadian authors. He is a former student of D.E. Ambrose.
D.E. Ambrose facilitated an Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW) at his college, T.A. Marryshow Community college.
Ambrose delivered a speech at the launch of Grenadian Published Authors, Inc.
The symbolic opening of a book to launch Grenadian Published Authors, Inc.
Paul Keens-Douglas visited the launch of Grenadian Published Authors, Inc.
Grenadian authors who were present for the launch of Grenadian Published Authors, Inc.
Directors: D.E. Ambrose; Wendy Crawford-Daniel; Roger Byer; Ronald Antoine
D.E. Ambrose met celebrated Grenadian author, Dr. Merle Collins, at her September 29 book launch in Grenada.
D.E. Ambrose and Grenadian Published Authors had a successful pop-up event at the end of September 2023.
D.E. Ambrose was a facilitator at a workshop on writing and publishing in Carriacou, part of the 2023 Spiceword Festival activities.
Michelle Hood-Julien visited Grenada and picked up a copy of White Spice.
D.E. Ambrose and two of his former students who got their copies of White Spice.
Several authors attended the NIS Health Fair in St. George's on Oct. 28.
The national screening of the short film, Madd Thoughts, at KIA in d Bagadere in Carriacou.
Former Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Carriacou & Petite Martinique Affairs, Bernadette Lendore-Sylvester, got a copy of The Kayak Tourist for her grandson.
Book exchange with childhood friend, Rhoda Hall, at KIA in d Bagadere.
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