Reviews of ‘Senseisha: Memoirs of the Caribbean Woman’

Repeating Islands

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Senseisha: Memoirs of the Caribbean Woman. Shakirah Bourne and Juliette Maughan (Eds.) 2014, [A collection of intimate, non-fiction stories written by Caribbean women. Our thanks to Peter Jordens for bringing this item to our attention.

Senseisha is a collection of truly intimate, non-fiction stories written by Caribbean women. From a girl’s first period to the elation of a first orgasm, Senseisha takes us on a journey of love, lust, pain and pleasure, and the ongoing internal conflict between love for God, and love for sex. Here are the lives of every day Caribbean women, including a young woman who finally finds the confidence to express her love for women to her mother, a married woman whose delightful dessert helps to sweeten up her marriage, and a woman who finds herself caught up in an abusive ménage a trois. Experience intimacy only shared between close friends, where female writers aren’t…

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