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Alongside high-quality Caribbean books and magazines, MEP produces a wide range of material for individual and corporate clients worldwide – brochures, annual reports, directories, company histories and more.

We offer our clients a complete publishing and production service: from concept to delivery, we can manage your entire project for you, or support in just one aspect of a multi-phase project. CONTACT US to see what MEP can do for you!

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About Prospect Press

Established in 1994, Prospect Press is the book publishing imprint of Media & Editorial Projects Ltd (MEP). Since 1994 we have published general interest titles on Caribbean subjects, in areas such as biography, natural history, art, and current affairs.

Due to the economic climate, we are no longer producing commercial titles.

However, we can produce books on behalf of authors who are sponsored or self-financing.

To prepare a quotation, we would need to have sight of the material and information about:

  • funding
  • number of copies and pages
  • and format (black and white or full colour, hard or soft cover; dimensions; photography or illustrations if any; and whether the title will be hard copy, digital, or both).

For more, please contact us to see how we can help you.

Our Books

Since 1994, we have published a number of titles, including:

  Julian Kenny’s Views from the Ridge; Flowers of Trinidad & Tobago, Orchids of Trinidad & Tobago; and A Naturalist’s Notes: the Biological Diversity of Trinidad & Tobago
  Martin G Daly, SC’s The Daly Commentaries
Ken Bhoodoo’s The Elusive Eric Williams
Luise Kimme’s Halcyon Days: Sculpture 1987-91; Resurrection To Dance; and Bolero
  CLR James’ Letters From London
  Richard ffrench’s A Naturalilst’s Year
  Jeremy Taylor‘s Going to Ground
  Russell Barrow’s Birds of Trinidad and Tobago: A Photographic Atlas
  Stewart Hylton Edwards’ The Toco Road and other Poems of the West Indies
  Wilfred Best’s Tikasingh’s Wedding
  The Abbey: Mount St. Benedict
  Dana Seetahal, SC’s Unbreakable: Selected Newspaper Columns by Dana Seetahal, SC
 Rahanna Alicia Juman’s Wetlands of Trinidad and Tobago for the Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA)
  Joy Rudder’s The Old House and the Dream: The Story of the Asa Wright Nature Centre


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