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Birthplace
St Lucia
Residence
Grenada
Identities
St Lucia
DOB
Not provided
Gender
Female

Antonia MacDonald-Smythe

Antonia MacDonald-Smythe was born and grew up in St. Lucia. She now lives in Grenada where she is a professor in the department of Liberal Studies, Senior Associate Dean in the School of Arts and Sciences, and Assistant Dean in the Graduate Studies Program.

Antonia MacDonald-Smythe was born and grew up in St. Lucia. She now lives in Grenada where she is a professor in the department of Liberal Studies, Senior Associate Dean in the School of Arts and Sciences, and Assistant Dean in the Graduate Studies Program. Professor MacDonald Smythe writes on contemporary Caribbean women writers and more recently, Derek Walcott and on St. Lucian Literary Studies. She has published articles in Journal of West Indian Literature (JWIL), Callaloo and MaComere and is the author of Making Homes in the West/Indies. She is the editor of The Fiction of Garth St Omer: A Casebook

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