The Ten Day's Executive and Other Stories
Published by Peepal Tree Press
Caught in the antagonisms of race, class and gender; the violence that comes with the trade in cocaine; and an Anancy politics where government power is the means to personal wealth made secure by favours to one’s ethnic supporters, Bharath’s characters are often engaged in a struggle to balance a desire for meaning and self-worth with the temptations of survival by any means.
Rhoda Bharath is a Caribbean author who teaches and blogs about politics and culture. She completed her MFA in creative writing at the University of the West Indies St. Augustine and was shortlisted for the Hollick-Arvon Prize for creative nonfiction.
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