Kiskadee Girl is a family memoir of growing up in Guyana between 1954 and 1971. Woven tales of family history are drawn from across the diaspora.
Prizewinner: Kingston University Life Writing Competition
Award: Arts Council South-East
“A spellbinding story! A triumph! In her beautiful memoir Kiskadee Girl Maggie Harris recalls the Guyana of her childhood in the 1950s and 60s, enchanting the reader with a sensual depiction of New Amsterdam life and a family narrative shadowy with foreign influences and secrets.”
Elizabeth Porter, Librarian, Cardiff
Publisher: Kingston University Press
ISBN: 978 1 899999 50 7