Caribbean Vistas Journal (e-zine)

Caribbean Vistas Journal, a new e-journal, “will serve as an academic and cultural resource for researchers as well as a formal venue for scholarly discussion.  It will be published twice a year (Summer and Winter).

Caribbean Vistas will be available on the World Wide Web at

Articles in Caribbean Vistas will examine Anglophone, Francophone, and Hispanophone literatures, visual arts, and performance arts from pluralistic perspectives with emphases on works created in the 20th and 21st centuries.  They are seeking:

  • unpublished poetry of Caribbean writers
  • critical essays, poetry and literary nonfiction
  • visual art images
  • literary nonfiction essays will be accepted for publication consideration in the second issue
  • reviews that analyze recent fiction, poetry, drama, and literary nonfiction as well as scholarly/reference works

Submission Highlights

Contributions (for the second issue – Winter/Spring 2012-2013) bibliographies, notices, letters to the editor and other materials may be submitted to the editor by electronic mail at

FORMAT: Microsoft Word format only.  STYLE: MLA

Deadline:  March 01, 2013

FULL Guidelines HERE!

The Caribbean Vistas Editorial Group is representative of the international academic, artistic, and cultural community and includes artists and scholars with wide-ranging interests and experience, from emerging to well-established senior academic and artistic professionals: – Emily Williams (Founding Editor), Kwame Dawes (Poetry Editor) and others (see website).

Sourced from: repeating Islands

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