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The Best of Air Jamaica's Inflight Magazine
edited by Linda Gambrill

8 1/4" x 11" • 415 pages • Full-color illustrations
ISBN 9781405011891 • paperback • $30.00

First published in September 1972, SkyWritings was conceived with two guiding principles: that Jamaica is a symphony of vibrant textures, and that there are many ways to tell Jamaica's story. This is an illuminating and entertaining exposition of real life in Jamaica. Over the past 30 years the editors of SkyWritings have managed to woo an extraordinary number of some of the best writers, photographers, artists and thinkers in the Caribbean and around the world. SkyWritings is the crossroads of everything from people and pop culture to history and fashion. The hook that pulls it all together is the idea that because of the inherent complexities of Jamaica and the Caribbean, life is good and the people are truly blessed.

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