Caryl Phillips is a St. Kitts born, British writer. He has published several plays, including: The Shelter (1983), Where There is Darkness (1982), Strange Fruit (1980), and numerous novels, such as: In the Falling Snow (2009), Foreigners (2007), Dancing in the Dark (2005), A Distant Shore (2003), The Nature of Blood (1997), Crossing the River (1993), and non-fiction works, like: Colour Me English (2011), A New World Order (2001), The Atlantic Sound (2000), and The European Tribe (1987). He has been awarded the Martin Luther King Memorial Prize, a British Council Fellowship, the James Tait Black Memorial Prize, a Lannan Foundation Fellowship, and a Guggenheim Fellowship, among others.
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