About Prospect Press books
A book imprint specialising in publishing natural history, art, current affairs, biography & company history titles of Caribbean interest
Established in 1994, Prospect Press is MEP’s book publishing imprint. Since inception, we have published general interest titles on Caribbean subjects, in areas such as biography, natural history, art, and current affairs. A cover gallery and links to individual titles are included below.
Given the constrains of commercial book publishing and distribution locally and regionally, we unfortunately now can only serve as publisher for book projects that are sponsored or self-financing (which for some authors has successfully included crowdfunding and/or sponsorship by corporate/nonprofit entities).
Publish your book with us
To prepare a quotation for our publishing services, we would need to have sight of the material and information about:
- number of copies and pages
- format (black and white or full colour; hard or soft cover; dimensions; and whether the title will be hard copy, digital, or both)
- photography or illustrations, if any.
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Prospect Press books
Russell Barrow’s Birds of Trinidad and Tobago: A Photographic Atlas
Richard ffrench’s A Naturalist’s Year
Rahanna Alicia Juman’s Wetlands of Trinidad and Tobago for the Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA)
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
Joy Rudder’s The Old House and the Dream: The Story of the Asa Wright Nature Centre
Martin G Daly, SC’s The Daly Commentaries
Dana Seetahal, SC’s Unbreakable: Selected Newspaper Columns by Dana Seetahal, SC
Arts & culture titles
Luise Kimme’s Halcyon Days: Sculpture 1987-91; Resurrection To Dance; and Bolero
History & biography
Ken Bhoodoo’s The Elusive Eric Williams
CLR James’ Letters From London
Fiction & poetry
Stewart Hylton Edwards’ The Toco Road and other Poems of the West Indies
Wilfred Best’s Tikasingh’s Wedding
Jeremy Taylor‘s Going to Ground
Fr Mark Tierney’s The Abbey: Mount St. Benedict