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There are, currently, 22 authors listed here, which I have just arranged alphabetically. Of those, five have their own articles, and are clearly notable. Ten others can be found among the "External links" where they are listed as having some of their writing in the Digital Library of the Caribbean. That leaves 7 with no specific justification for being here at all, and I've placed citation needed tags on these.
I should note that inclusion in the Digital Library of the Caribbean is not actually a very satisfactory showing of notability, either, merely an indication that the author in question has, at some time, writen something relating to that large area. Authors solely justified for this list on that basis should perhaps be removed. Tim Ross(talk) 10:46, 23 May 2010 (UTC)
Since the establishment of the category for literature by Dominican monks, nuns, and friars, this will have to be a disambiguation page instead of a redirect. Patience; I'm still working on the monastic literature categories. If a kind-hearted editor wants to come along and do this before I have a chance, please, feel free. Quinto Simmaco (talk) 11:32, 8 March 2015 (UTC)
Did you get that fixed? Because this is not currently a DAB page. Just checking to see if there's anything else that needs to be done. Thanks, Aristophanes68(talk) 04:42, 24 May 2015 (UTC)