PREE is a unique online magazine for new contemporary writing from and about the Caribbean. We publish original works of fiction, non-fiction, poetry, essays, interviews and experimental writing, giving our authors international visibility far beyond the islands.
We aim to engage each other as well as transmit Caribbean writing to critics, editors, publishers and agents seeking emerging talent and unheard voices.
Alongside new talent, we will showcase the works of more established and celebrated writers. In short, we aim to be the foremost platform for writing about, from, and on the region.
All contributors to PREE retain the copyright to their work. Apart from editorial messages from the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, the opinions, statements and views expressed in the material published in PREE do not necessarily reflect the views of the Publisher or any member of the Editorial Committee.
If you want to flex your writing muscle on subjects ranging from literature, art and politics, to gender, technology, race and popular culture, PREE provides the space for it. If you want to pop verbal style, flip the script or boldly invent new metaphors whether in prose, drama or poetry this is where you do it.