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Want to learn more about Caribbean fantasy, folklore, speculative, and science fiction? Interested in established and emerging Caribbean voices about all things sf? Then tune in to The Caribbean Science Fiction Network. In this podcast I showcase emerging and established Caribbean voices who use sf genres to explore future states of Caribbean identity. Through these genres, the writers redefine Caribbean futurity and what it means to be Caribbean.

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The Caribbean Science Fiction Network Jarrel De Matas

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Want to learn more about Caribbean fantasy, folklore, speculative, and science fiction? Interested in established and emerging Caribbean voices about all things sf? Then tune in to The Caribbean Science Fiction Network. In this podcast I showcase emerging and established Caribbean voices who use sf genres to explore future states of Caribbean identity. Through these genres, the writers redefine Caribbean futurity and what it means to be Caribbean.

Follow on Instagram and Twitter: @caribbeansfnet

Email: caribbeansfnet@gmail.com

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    'You have the power...use it'

    'You have the power...use it'

    Folklore, myth, superheroes. In this episode, Barbadian writer Robert Edison Sandiford explores our own Caribbean source of power in his novel 'And Sometimes They Fly'. We talk about the role of the hero in the region as well as the Caribbean as a real place with real people. This may be fantasy but it's also an assemblage of so much more.

    Music credit: 'Tempted to Touch' - Rupee

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    • 26 min
    'Looking 'forward' to the next big disruption'

    'Looking 'forward' to the next big disruption'

    In this episode, Jamaican writer Stephanie Saulter discusses 'Regeneration', the final book of the 'Evolution' trilogy. Energy, humanity, politics, and technology are all discussed as part of what a future Caribbean might look like.

    Music credit: 'Three Little Birds' - Bob Marley

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    • 31 min
    'Imagining the future of health'

    'Imagining the future of health'

    How can literature illuminate matters of public health and Caribbean futures? Listen to Barbadian writer, Karen Lord, discuss her latest short story "The Plague Doctors" which is eerily prophetic in its portrayal of an island bearing the brunt of a contagious disease. Through a blending of the hard sciences and the social sciences, Lord urges us to read not just for entertainment but for social change.

    Music credit: 'Roll it Gal' - Alison Hinds

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    • 30 min
    'The Camera Does A Magical Thing'

    'The Camera Does A Magical Thing'

    Reader and listener be advised: This is no ordinary novel, this is a shapeshifting piece of work. In this episode, I chat with prize-winning author Robert Antoni about 'Cut Guavas' concerning myth, technology, history, and outsider fiction - all intertwined with a screenplay retelling of 'Planet of the Apes'.

    Music credit: 'Baila Mami' - Nailah Blackman


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    • 24 min
    'The Trees Were Portals'

    'The Trees Were Portals'

    In this episode, Tricia Chin reimagines a world populated by nonhuman folklore characters and humans in her debut book ‘Tabanca and Other Stories’. Tune in to hear how her collection touches on themes of humanity, transformation, and the environment and how these themes add to our understanding of Caribbean science fiction. 

    Music credit: 'Folklore Riddim'

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    • 23 min
    'We don't need a superhero, we need a JUMBIE'

    'We don't need a superhero, we need a JUMBIE'

    How can local animation redefine what it means to be a superhero? Where can folklore help us preserve and accept our rich Caribbean identity? In this episode Everard McBain, a co-creator of the Trinidad and Tobago animated series Jumbie, discusses these questions and more. 

    Music credit: 'Jumbie' - Machel Montano

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    • 23 min

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