Our project relies on writers, readers and researchers sharing their perspectives and discoveries with us. Please contact us if you have any information about Caribbean writers who are now commonly neglected or forgotten; or if you have any papers, correspondence or contacts associated with Caribbean writers 1930-1980. We are not collecting papers but can help advise on how to protect and preserve your records, as well as on possible repositories.
Writers! We are interested in hearing from Caribbean writers who would like to share their views on their creative processes and record-keeping practices. You can take our survey here. Our aim is to document, record and share these views and experiences, together with the conversations taking place amongst and between writers, readers and academics whether at festivals, events, online communities, or elsewhere.
Researchers! Please consider sharing information with us about the location of authors’ papers that may not yet be included or updated in our Location Register.
Publishers and literary festivals! We are very keen to explore the key role you play in the promotion of future heritage. Among other things, we are interested in finding out about programming and initiatives that animate and engage local, regional and international networks.
Bloggers! Our blog is open to contributions from authors, critics, archivists, artists, scholars and students. Please consider sharing your views, reviews and discoveries relating to Caribbean Literary Heritage.
Please contact us with any query, comment or thought.