Lafleur Cockburn is a writer whose work engages Vincentian writing within the context of Caribbean literary traditions. She interrogates societal taboos through a post-colonial lens, focusing primarily on orality, gender, and landscape. She contributed to the volume African Women and Their Networks of Support: Intervening Connections (2020). Her short stories can be found in POUi: Cave Hill Journal of Creative Writing, a ‘Queeribbean’, feminist virtual platform, and PREE. Cockburn lives and works in Barbados.

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