Kristine’s Work

Published short stories by Kristine Simelda include:

  • “Carnegie,” The Caribbean Writer, Volume 35, 2021.
  • “Madame Poverty,” Montage Domnik, 2021.
  • “Still We Survive,” The Caribbean Writer, Volume 34, 2020.
  • “The Abattoir” The Flying Crapaud, 2020.
  • “The Mighty Kwapo,” Akashic Books, Duppy Thursday, 2019.
  • “The Century Palm,” Anomaly Magazine, Issue 28, 2019.
  • “Go-Go,” Interviewing the Caribbean, Spring 2018.
  • “The Real Caribbean”: Akashic Duppy Thursday, Feb. 2016.
  • “The Woodsman”: Akashic Duppy Thursday, April, 2016.
  • “Dellis”: Poui – Cave Hill Journal of Creative Writing, 2016.
  • “Truth Be Told”: Poui – Cave Hill Journal of Creative Writing, 2015.
  • “Everything for a Time”: The Caribbean American Heritage Magazine, 2015.
  • “Who in de Kitchen”: Interviewing the Caribbean, Vol 1, No 1,  Winter 2015.
  • “Brother”: Jewels of the Caribbean: Potbake Productions 2014.
  • “Rocky”: Somewhere Journal, April, 2013.
  • “Island Time”: St. Somewhere Journal, July, 2013.
  • “Oracle of the Zemi”: New Afrikan Journal of Culture, Politics, and Consciousness, Issue 8, 2013.

Novels and novellas include:

  • A Face in the River –  The fictionalized memoir of a sympathetic expat set on a Caribbean island. Published by River Ridge Press Dominica, 2015.
  • River of Fire – A multi-cultural women’s adventure novel featuring a volcanic eruption. Published by River Ridge Press Dominica, 2016.
  • Nobody Owns the Rainbow – The potential of environmental disaster looms large over a small island state. Published by River Ridge Press Dominica, 2018.
  • Back to the River – A novel for Young Adults seeking to discover their own way home. Published by River Ridge Press Dominica, 2019.
  • Rainforest Rescue – Set in a tropical rainforest, this novella pits the wisdom of nature against human hubris.
  • Mutant Mongrels – Stories about Ridgeback dogs set around the world and throughout the ages.