Sandiford, Robert Edison

Robert Edison Sandiford is the author of several books, among them The Tree of Youth, winner of Barbados' Governor General's Award of Excellence in Literary Arts; And Sometimes They Fly, recipient of a BMA 'Brands of Barbados' Award; and Sand for Snow, shortlisted for the Frank Collymore Literary Award. His graphic novels for NBM Publishing (nbmpub.com) have been called "imaginably simple [yet] also imaginatively complex" by the poet George Elliott Clarke. In 2003, he founded with sister writer Linda M. Deane ArtsEtc Inc. (artsetcbarbados.com). He has worked as a journalist, publisher, teacher, and, with Warm Water Productions, producer. His essays and short stories have appeared in numerous journals, magazines and anthologies. "Fairfield" from DC Books (dcbooks.ca) is his most recent title.

Genres:

Action & Adventure, Comics, Fantasy, Fiction: General, Graphic Novel, Non-Fiction: Autobiography/ Memoirs/Biography, Non-Fiction: Essay Collection, Non-Fiction: Other, Journalism, Literary Fiction, Short Stories, Travel

Titles Published:

11

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