Interviewing the Caribbean (IC)—seeks poems, stories, creative non-fiction, interviews and visual art in all media that celebrate Caribbean life.
Caribbean artists at home and in the Diaspora are invited to participate.
NEXT ISSUE - A History of Violence: The Making of Caribbean Society
Caribbean societies are said to be brimming with violence, and the popular sentiment would suggest this is new for the region. While we would agree that the current wave of violence reflects nihilistic tones, we know that this violence is not new, but rather the wanton manifestation of a society that was wrought out of violence.
Submit poems, prose, artwork, interviews that address the various manifestation of violence in Caribbean society, among its people and offer alternative, suggestions, coping mechanism, etc.
Seeking work that is edgy and explores: Political, Domestic, Child, Emotional, Terrorism, Economic, Class, Education and any other manifestation of Violence.
Send work as an MS Word document or images as JPG/TIF 300 dpi resolution to:
interviewingthecaribbeanATgmailDOTcom (Change AT to @ and DOT to . )
Works are accepted May-September 15, 2016. Please include a 5-line bio (NO MORE), and a photo of contributor (jpeg/300 resolution).
We only accept unpublished works.