Interviewing the Caribbean
A creative peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the artistic expressions of the Caribbean
Interviewing the Caribbean
- ISSN: 0799-6047
- eISSN: 0799-6055
- Keywords: Children, Childhood, Literature, Poetry, Caribbean, Journal
- First Issue: December 2019
- Frequency: Annual
Interviewing Caribbean (IC) is a creative peer-reviewed composition of poetry, non-fiction and the visual arts in all media that celebrates everything Caribbean. Founded by the exceptionally talented playwright, cultural activist and professor of gender studies Opal Palmer Adisa. The journal showcases Caribbean intellectuals, writers, artists, culture and artistic expressions at home and in the diaspora.
NEXT ISSUE—Winter 2020: Caribbean Music and Musicians (Co-edited with Meagan Sylvester)
Seeking poems, stories, articles that explore and examine all aspects of Caribbean music - mento, calypso, reggae, dancehall, bachata, merenque, palo, mombo, denbo, baithak gana, bouyon, cadence-lypso, chutney, soca, compas, jing ping, parang, pichakaree, punta, ragga, reggaeton, salsa, and zouk; interviews of Caribbean Musicians at home and throughout the Diaspora. Send work that break boundaries, climb trees and dive deep to the bottom on the ocean floor.
Send work as an MS Word document or images as a TIF, 300 dpi (or higher) resolution to: [email protected]
Works are accepted June 1—September 18, 2020.
Please include a 5-line bio (NO MORE), and a photo of contributor (TIF/300 resolution).
Department of English
University of Maryland
Sonia BasSheva Mañjon, PhD
New York University
Department of Art & Art History
University of Colorado Boulder
Caribbean Institute of Media & Communication
Faculty of Humanities & Education
University of the West Indies, Mona Campus
St. Croix, USVI
Artist, President of St. Croix Artist Guild
Director of the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs’ Percent for Art Program
Writer, Former Poet Laureate, San Francisco, CA
Back issues of the Interviewing the Caribbean are available.
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