Timothy Callender’s Classic Novel available once again
ZIZ News…Nov. 29, 2012 — Timothy Callender’s Classic Novel, HOW MUSIC CAME, which for nearly twenty years since his death was regarded as a collector’s item has again become available.
Published by Trafford Publishing, the novel became available last week on their website as well as on amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. Already it has been given a 5 star rating on Barnes and Noble.
On Callender’s passing in 1989, Gabby, calypsonian and social commentator, predicted, “To my mind, this particular work will give Timmy his rightful place on the world’s literary stage.”
One lawyer from Dominica who later became Dominica’s Attorney General declared that he would do whatever he could in his power to ensure that it became required reading in the CXC curriculum.
The book is available in soft cover and kindle editions and is timely in this season of Christmas giving.
Timothy Callender taught in St. Kitts from 1971-74 and in Barbados from 1974 until his passing. He was a creative artist and practised various forms of Art. He was a writer, playwright, artist, dramatist, sculptor, musician, researcher and educator.
His stories have been included in many anthologies used in schools and one of his stories was used this year in CAPE examinations. Some of his work is again becoming available in Kindle format.