World Poetry Day 2021

by Sandra Sealy **Post World Poetry Day – Video Link For Session Available HERE! #WorldPoetryDay2021 as declared by UNESCO is this Sunday, March 21st. Imagine that Caribbean Writers, the official Facebook presence for this blog – is more than thriving. It’s truly its own entity. I thought, for the members of this amazing online fam I […]

2019 NIFCA Literary Arts Form (Barbados)

The National Independence Festival of Creative Arts #NIFCA Literary Arts 2018 forms are available!  This annual #artsfestival taking place in the last quarter of the year, is organized by the National Cultural Foundation of Barbados. Eligibility: Bajan Citizens globally and legal residents of Barbados.

2018 NIFCA Literary Arts Form (Barbados)

The National Independence Festival of Creative Arts #NIFCA Literary Arts 2018 forms are available!  This annual #artsfestival taking place in the last quarter of the year, is organized by the National Cultural Foundation of Barbados. Eligibility: Bajan Citizens globally and legal residents of Barbados.

Seawoman’s 2012 In Review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. In October 2012, Seawoman got re-ignited and revamped the look and feel of this blog.  It took 36 hours but the hard work paid off. Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. Seawoman’s Caribbean Writing Opps got […]

Outlish Magazine (Cbean ezine)

Outlish.com is “a Caribbean, online, weekly, lifestyle magazine that is written for, by, and about Caribbean people in their 20s to mid 40s, based regionally and abroad. We religiously publish original content every Monday.” Its roots are in Trinidad but they are open to work from regional writers. They seek regular contributors but are prepared […]

Peepal Tree Press Anthology “Closure” (UK)

Peepal Tree Press, one of the most celebrated Caribbean publishers based in the UK is seeking submissions for ‘CLOSURE’ a new anthology of contemporary Black British fiction.  It will be edited by internationally renowned and award winning novelist and short story writer, Jacob Ross. They are looking for “the unexpected, the playful, the experimental — even the traditional” with […]

tongues of the ocean (Cbean ezine)

tongues of the ocean is an innovative online literary journal of Bahamian, Caribbean and related writing started in 2010.  They accept poetry, spoken-word, prose including writer reviews, short stories and flash fiction.  The sections are: writers on writers – writers talk about the work of another writer. bredren and sistren – section for Caribbean and […]

POUI: The Cave Hill Literary Annual (Barbados)

POUI: The Cave Hill Literary Annual of the University of The West Indies accepts submissions of poetry and prose from Caribbean and extra-regional writers. It is published by the Centre for Language, Linguistics, & Literature. **NOW An electronic magazine. The submissions are to be original and unpublished. The entries should NOT bear your name. Submission […]

BIM: Arts for the 21st Century (UWI Barbados)

BIM: Arts for the 21st Century (scroll down to publications) is published twice annually by the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination, the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados, in collaboration with the Office of the Prime Minister, Government of Barbados. BIM accepts submissions that focus on literary, artistic and other cultural expressions […]

CaribbeanRunnings.com (NOW DEFUNCT!)

CaribbeanRunnings.com This Caribbean e-zine is an EXCELLENT writing opportunity by Caribbean writers. They seek true life stories; in other words, “a story that will either make you chuckle, shed a tear or just leave you amazed that someone could have gone through such and experience and yet live to write about it.” Best of all, […]

The Caribbean Review of Books (Trinidad)

The Caribbean Review of Books is a bimonthly magazine covering Caribbean literature and arts.” We focus on reviews of new and recent books of Caribbean fiction, poems, biography, arts, culture, and current affairs, but the CRB also publishes new writing including creative writing pieces, interviews, and essays on literature and visual arts.” They are seeking unsolicited […]

Calabash: A Journal of Caribbean Arts and Letters (NYU)

Calabash: A Journal of Caribbean Arts and Letters Graduate Program in Spanish & Portuguese Languages & Literatures New York University 19 University Place New York, N.Y. 10003 U.S.A. Phone: (212) 992-9599 E-mail: Calabash_journal@hotmail.com Calabash considers submissions from August through September and from January through April, each year. NB. The preferred way to receive submissions are […]

Caribbean Beat, CRB AND Discover Trinidad and Tobago (Trinidad)

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 […]