This special issue looks at the many things that are Anguilla-made. We’ve interviewed Anguillian designers, artists and musicians – people who have taken torch-bearing to heart. We’ve looked at pieces of work by some people who might not categorize themselves as “creators” but who, nevertheless, have created wonderful pieces of work. We also explore two of the oldest buildings on the island: Koal Keel and Wallblake House. They call to us from a bygone era, bridging the gap between then and now. Finally, we go in search of Anguillian food (and what defines it) through the eyes of two Anguillian chefs.