Applications closed

Thanks to everyone who responded to our notice about recruitment of a Team Leader and interns. Applications for these positions have now closed.

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Vacancies at MEP

TEAM LEADER MEP is looking for a Team Leader to take a substantial role in developing MEP’s projects and publications. We suspect the person we are looking for doesn’t exist,…

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happy new year

New year, new decade. From all of us here at MEP, a very fruitful, prosperous and productive 2010 to all our clients, customers, partners, associates, contributors, suppliers, friends, readers, sympathisers,…

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time out

The MEP office is closed this week and next, reopening on Monday January 4. To all our clients and customers, suppliers and partners, everyone who has done business with us…

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reviewing the review

Image by caribbeanfreephoto via Flickr One big disappointment this year has been the future of the Caribbean Review of Books (CRB). We’ve kept it going for five years, at a…

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Latest from MEP

• The 100th issue of Caribbean Beat was published at the beginning of November, and is on the aircraft of Caribbean Airlines till the end of the year. I don’t…

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Walcott on Omeros

The BBC World Service is currently running a lengthy question-and-answer session with Derek Walcott in its World Book Club series. Fielding questions from a studio audience and listeners around the…

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The end of an era

Not all good news today though, despite the Stanford victory. David de Caires, one of the most respected figures in Caribbean media, did not quite make it to see a…

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Fan letter

Over at his personal blog, Caribbean Beat’s former editor Jeremy Taylor has posted an uncharacteristic piece of fan mail about a young half-Trinidadian, half-Italian singer who was the star of…

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Questions from our readers

A record? Q I see on your website that the current issue of Caribbean Beat is the 90th to appear. That must be some kind of record for the region?…

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