This interview was conducted in September 2014 by the noted African novelist and writer Nuruddin Farah and the Caribbean intellectual historian and scholar Anthony Bogues. George Lamming, a seminal Caribbean novelist, writer, and thinker, is the author of six novels and a remarkable volume of essays, along with several other works. He belongs to a generation of Caribbean writers and intellectuals who carved out a space for Caribbean literature and thought in the twentieth century. In 2014 he was awarded the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award.

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