Projects

In addition to handmade chapbooks, Poinciana Paper Press invites artists and authors to explore storytelling using a range of approaches.

In addition to handmade chapbooks, Poinciana Paper Press invites artists and authors to explore storytelling using a range of approaches, such as through installation, performance, challenge, collaboration or interaction. These special projects invite audiences to consider the many ways stories are created and shared.

Featured Projects

Six Word Stories

That They May Learn Our Language (Six Word Stories from the Caribbean) is an ongoing collaborative project examining Caribbean culture and identity.

Nassau, What Happened

Nassau, What Happened was a collaborative project examining the city of Nassau.

Making Waves

Making Waves was an interactive installation by Sonia Farmer examining the trial of notorious female pirates Anne Bonny & Mary Read.

Illiterati Story Slam

Started by Orchid Burnside & Sonia Farmer, the Illiterati Story Slam was a monthly event where storytellers took to the stage to share tales under a chosen theme for the top prize.

Elect Ya Tings

Inside of a makeshift polling station bordering on confessional and filled with stark prints and slogans, participants voted upon four constitutional amendment bills that would shift gender [...]