You that all purpose drawer where you keep things that don’t fit anywhere in particular but may come in handy. That’s the dis ‘n dat file at Wadadli Pen. Amid the various literary and cultural data bases I’ve built on the site, which is the online platform of the project I created to nurture and showcase the literary arts in Antigua and Barbuda, there is Dis ‘n Dat.
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Updating these links, it hits me how impermanent the web is (though we like to say the internet is forever): so many sites have gone altogether or gone stagnant since Wadadli Pen started and since I started keeping this list. We’re still here though; let’s have a party! But first, check out the links.
Antigua – history in pictures (archival photos)
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