Caribbean Writing Today (NOW DEFUNCT)

Caribbean Writing Today was a high quality online literary magazine capturing the magnificent literary tradition “of the great West Indian diaspora”. . **If accepted, writers were paid for their contribution and granted access to the issue in which their work appears. Editor: Wayne Brown ******************************** **Unfortunately, this quality journal is no more as of October […]

Sable Lit Mag (England)

Sable LitMag’s main aim is to showcase new creative work by writers of colour. Whether you write poetry, fiction, non-fiction or simply just enjoy reading, Sable offers a section that you can read and enjoy and submit work to. Contributions to Sable are ongoing. Guidelines and deadlines for the various sections are on the website. […]

The Independent Press

The Independent Press is committed to providing “writers of quality with the best outlets possible for their works”. This Publisher is represented in Montreal/Bridgetown/London and has published the work of Bajan-Canadian Robert Sandiford and Vincentian Carolle Bourne. Visit the website for the publishing schedule and to request guidelines.

Peepal Tree Press (United Kingdom)

Peepal Tree Press has been focussing on literature from the Caribbean and Black Britain since 1985.  Titles include work from AJA and Cherie Jones from Barbados. Founder: Jeremy Poyting Contact Peepal Tree Press for submission guidelines. by e-mail Write to us at 17 King’s Avenue, Leeds LS6 1QS, United Kingdom Or telephone +44 (0)113 2451703

Ian Randle Publishers (Jamaica)

Ian Randle Publishers was the first commercial publishing company in the English speaking Caribbean to produce scholarly and academic books and today remains the leader in the field with bestselling books in History, Gender Studies, Politics, Sociology as well as books covering a wide range of issues on the contemporary Caribbean. More recently the list has […]

Foundation Publishing (Barbados)

Foundation Publishing is the publishing arm of the National Cultural Foundation including titles like For Love Of Country featuring essays on the ten national heroes of Barbados. Contact Cultural Officer Literary Arts,  De Carla Applewhaite (click on OFFICERS @ the top menu and scroll down to LITERARY ARTS to learn about De Carla!) at

House of Nehesi (St. Martin)

House of Nehesi Publishers  is a multimedia publishing and communication consultant and development company. HNP put out Kamau’s Words Need Love Too. Email Editor Lasana Sekou @ Visit the Website to see services and booklist.