"Heterosexual and patriarchal conventions are at the very heart of Andil Gosine's challenge. He allows us to think through queer perspectives, reconceptualizes colonial histories and Caribbean and subaltern culture, and extends our knowledge of Caribbean arts practice. Gosine eloquently prompts us to reflect on our preconceptions of naturalness and humanness. Enjoyable and engaging, Nature's Wild offers an important contribution to knowledge of Anglophone Caribbean contemporary culture."–Roshini Kempadoo, author of "Creole in the Archive: Imagery, Presence, and the Location of the Caribbean Figure"