Anne Collett


At a now not so recent conference on Caribbean popular culture,1 I chose to speak about Pink Icing, Pamela Mordecai’s first short story collection, because it seemed to me that short story collections in general, but more, this collection of stories in particular, allowed me to consider the complex question of popular culture: what is meant or can be understood by the term.



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