POUi XIX (19) – Cave Hill Journal of Creative Writing – seeks unpublished submissions of poetry and prose for the December 2018 issue.
The #seawomanblogaversary -April 10th 2017 – It’s the start of an online celebration recognizing 10 years of blogging for Seawoman’s Caribbean Writing Opps! Can you imagine? AND in the same month as #WorldBookDay and #CopyrightDay on April 23rd!
#BimLItFest 2014 – bi-annual literary festival in Barbados with a weekend of workshops, readings and more for adults AND children – May 15 – 17th 2014- in Bridgetown the capital. FEE: Some workshops and activities are free and others are a nominal fee of about US$18. Follow social meda and website for most up-to-date info. […]
Caribbean Vistas Journal, a bi-annual literary publication, invites unpublished contributions on artistic, cultural, and literary topics as well as essays on interdisciplinary studies from the Anglophone, Francophone, and Hispanophone cultural traditions. . (See prior post from 2012.) Submissions will be reviewed by an Editorial Board, including Dr. Allen-Williams, Founding Editor and Dr. Kwame Dawes, Poetry Editor. Deadline: June 30th […]
St. Somewhere Journal created by Randy Baker of Jamaica, is “an online literary journal with a focus on the broader Caribbean Basin region. Our primary mission is to present works from, about or inspired by this geographic region, its peoples and cultures. Secondary emphasis will be placed on works of an international nature, or with more general […]
Bamboo Talk Press is putting out a call for Caribbean women writers for their forthcoming anthology, “She Sex” “which examines Caribbean women’s views on sexuality as it pertains to religion, race, age, family, culture and sexual orientation.” This small Caribbean press’ aim is to highlight women living in the Caribbean and Caribbean Diaspora. They want […]
Caribbean Beat (in flight), is one of the best and most enduring magazines capturing Caribbean Culture. They ask that: “Contributors must be able to address a broad audience, and write insightfully and readably. We need lively, entertaining writing combined with a serious and informative approach to subject matter, and top-quality photos and illustrations. Caribbean Beat prefers to work with authors based […]