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Category: St. Maarten's Literature
Sheila Williams was born in Aruba in 1955 and came to Sint-Maarten when she was 8 years old. Her parents are originally from Grand Case
Wycliffe Smith was born on Saba. After obtaining his Mulo diploma in St. Maarten, he studied in Holland and graduated in 1971 as a fully qualified teacher
Lasana Mwanza Sekou was born in Aruba in 1959, as Harold Hermano Lake. He grew up in St. Martin and studied in the USA
Loekie Morales was born on Curacao, part of The Netherlands Antilles. In 1979 she went to The Netherlands, where she studied to become a teacher in geography and history
Drisana Deborah Jack holds a BA in communications with a main focus on tv and film production, which she obtained in 1993. She is not only a writer, but also a painter and photographer
Charles Borromeo Hodge was born in November 1939 in Aruba to St. Maarten parents. He was raised in St. Maarten and Curaçao.
Esther Bradshaw-Gumbs was born in St. Maarten and is a Sundial high school graduate. Her poems have appeared in various local publications.
N. Erna Mae Francis was born in Antigua. She holds a B.A. in psychology from the University of Tampa and minors in mass communication and French
Ras Changa was born on Aruba in 1957. He has lived in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago and The Netherlands, and is now residing in St. Maarten
Ruby Bute was born on Aruba to St. Maarten parents. She has lived in St. Maarten since 1976 and has been actively involved in cultural activities on the island and abroad.
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