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DRISANA DEBORAH JACK is a leading St. Martin poet/artist. "constructing a personal/cultural history based on ancestral or re-memory ..." He rpoetry has appeared in The Caribbean Writer and Calabash. Jack has recited her poetry and lectured in the Caribbean, USA, and South Africa. The mother of one daughter is currently an assistant professor at New Jersey City Uiversity. Awards and honors include a Caribbean Writers Institute Fellow, Prince Bernard culture Fund grant, and a US National Endorsement for the Arts residency at ig Orbit Gallery. Skin is Jack's second book of poems.
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