The following are listings of publishers of Caribbean books, journals, etc.
Macmillan Caribbean – This is one of the world’s leading publishers of educational and general interest books for and about the Caribbean.
Media & Editorial Projects Limited (MEP)– Publishers of Caribbean Beat, Discover Trinidad and Tobago, Energy Caribbean, etc.
The University of the West Indies Press– The University of the West Indies Press is a not-for-profit scholarly publisher of books in thirteen academic disciplines. It is particularly well known for its work in Caribbean history, Caribbean cultural studies, Caribbean literature, gender studies, education and political science. Founded in 1992, the press has over 350 books in print. Its books are peer-reviewed and approved by an editorial committee composed of local and international scholars. The site allows for the purchase of books.
Caribbean Literature-Alexandra Street – Caribbean Literature from Alexander Street Press remedies this, with more than 100,000 pages of poems, drama, novels, stories, and related material—carefully located and secured from archives and rare book libraries, licensed from local publishing houses, and received from the authors themselves. At last, scholars have a stable, unified, cross-searchable collection for studying these important works.
Directory of Caribbean Publishers – this is a directory of Caribbean Publishers that provides available contact information on publishers’ registered with the Caribbean Regional ISBN Agency from 1983 to mid-year 2013. The 2013 includes occasional, personal and institutional publisher regardless of the number of items they may have published.
Smashwords – Smashwords offers the fastest and easiest option for distributing an ebook to the world’s largest ebook retailers. We provide free tools for marketing, distribution, metadata management and sales reporting. At Smashwords, our authors and publishers have complete control over the sampling, pricing and marketing of their written works. Smashwords is ideal for publishing novels, short fiction, poetry, personal memoirs, monographs, non-fiction, research reports, essays, or other written forms that haven’t even been invented yet.