- Genre: Fiction
Caribbean Debuts Digit
The free Caribbean Debuts Digit features excerpts from four great debut works of fiction in our catalog: Drifting by Katia D. Ulysse, The Night of the Rambler by Montague Kobbé, The Roving Tree by Elsie Augustave (Haiti), and John Crow’s Devil by Marlon James.
Akashic Books’s focus on introducing authors from the Caribbean continues with Haitian author Katia D. Ulysse’s debut work of fiction, Drifting. Over the years, we’ve published a number of Caribbean debuts, and this month’s Caribbean Debuts Digit excerpts four of them: Drifting, The Night of the Rambler by Montague Kobbé (Anguilla), The Roving Tree by Elsie Augustave (Haiti), and John Crow’s Devil by Marlon James (Jamaica).
The paperback editions of The Roving Tree, John Crow’s Devil and The Night of the Rambler are available at a 50% discout on our website, and the e-books of all four titles are available wherever e-books are sold.
The Caribbean Debuts Digit is the latest release in our Akashic Digits (Digital Excerpts from the Akashic Catalog) program. We release a new digit every month, featuring excerpts from front and backlist titles. They’re a great way to explore our catalog more deeply. Click here to see a full list of our digits, and for more information about our Digit and e-book programs.
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- Subjects: Black Interest, Caribbean Interest, Digits & E-Books
- Tags: caribbean fiction, drifting, Elsie Augustave, Haiti, Jamaica, john crow's devil, Katia D. Ulysse, Marlon James, montague kobbé, the night of the rambler, The Roving Tree
Akashic Books is a Brooklyn-based independent company dedicated to publishing urban literary fiction and political nonfiction by authors who are either ignored by the mainstream, or who have no interest in working within the ever-consolidating ranks of the major corporate publishers.
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