St. Somewhere (Cbean ezine)

St. Somewhere is an online literary journal with a focus on the Caribbean region, as well as the Coastal Southern United States. They’ve noted that “there are many online literary journals and magazines, but St. Somewhere hopes to help fill an underserved niche in the writing market. Literature from the Caribbean region has relatively few viable outlets, despite its rich history and large potential audience.”

They welcome  “all genres, though [they] lean toward what is typically referred to as literary.”  They also seek visual art.

RATE: non-paying at the moment but eligible for annual St. Somewhere prizes and Pushcart Prize (and worthwhile when you see the contributors included.)

NB. Editorial Calendar changes below:

July 2010 will be the last monthly issue of St. Somewhere. However, we are NOT ceasing operations. There are still a limited number of poems needed for the July issue. Submissions for the July issue will be considered until July 1, 2010.

With the conclusion of the July 2010 issue, St. Somewhere will be transitioning to a quarterly publication schedule. New issues will be published seasonally, every three months. The first quarterly issue will be published in late October 2010. It will be the Autumn 2010 issue, followed by a Winter 2011 issue and so on.


Our reading period will remain open throughout the year, just as it is now. All submissions not accepted for the July issue will be considered for inclusion in upcoming quarterly issues. The following submission guidelines have been modified to reflect our upcoming publication changes.

All submissions should be sent via email to: editor AT

Read FULL submission guidelines HERE!

*Journal also has a presence.

**Seawoman’s 2 cents: The Editor is quite appreciative of your quality efforts and responds to queries/submissions quickly.  A worthy addition to your writing credits.


Sandra Sealy is Principal Consultant & Writer for Seawoman Creative Media - Her background in public relations in marketing combined with her strong creative writing skills have ably prepared her as a freelance writer/ editor. Sandra covers a number of niches like copy for brochures and websites, advertorials, restaurant and book reviews, press releases, feature and cover stories, pictorial text and more. Sandra's work has been widely anthologised. Some of her writing credits include: CALABASH: A Caribbean Journal of Arts & Letters (USA) ; Arts Etc (Barbados); Her Circle; Caribbean Writing Today (ezine); POUI: The Cave Hill Literary Annual of the University of the West Indies (Barbados); Wedding Guide Barbados; SHE Caribbean Magazine (St. Lucia); Urban Entertainment (USA); In Paradise Magazine:Barbados (Writer/Editor) and the Nation Newspaper (Barbados). Her dèbut spoken-word CD single- "Beauty Of The Bald Head: The Jazzy Spoken-Word Single" (Butterfly Creative Productions/Kolaiah Studios 2003)-was launched on the luxurious Freewinds Cruise Ship in January 2003. The Aquarian was backed by the celebrated Freewinds Band and Dominican singing sensation Michele Henderson. Top Barbadian musicians who also were featured in her CD shared the stage: saxophonist extradordinaire (Chris Harper (founder of "Cool Jazz'); beloved Bajan diva Tamara Marshall and multi-awarding winning Dwain Gill (on trombone). The CD was favourably reviewed in Listen to Seawoman's acclaimed 2-track music set by clicking on the link below. You can read samples of Sandra's work at

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5 comments on “St. Somewhere (Cbean ezine)
  1. […] NOTE: Highly recommended – We first  posted about this arts ezine in 2010 and I’ve had the honour of having my work published there. The Journal has been on a bit of a […]

  2. […] the SUBMISSIONS Guidelines carefully (opp also here at Seawoman) and Click on the PRIZES link at the top under the […]

  3. Jenille says:

    Thanks Seawoman.

    I’m from Canada, of Trinidadian heritage.

    I came across this site, while searching for websites on Caribbean literature.

  4. Jenille says:

    Thank you for this posting about St. Somewhere. Your website is great!

    • seawoman says:


      Thanks so much for visiting and even more, taking the time to leave feedback. Please let me know if you have success with submissions to St. Somewhere or any other opportunities found here.

      Also, if there are any worthwhile opps. that you think should be added (esp. in relation to the Caribbean), please send it to me for consideration.

      BTW. Where do you hail from and how did you find this site?

      Power from the pen,

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