Call for Submissions: ‘CLOSURE’ a new anthology
of contemporary Black British fiction
Kadija George - 15 February 2013
As a small Christmas present to our readers, here’s a mini-anthology of Caribbean writing about Christmas, all published by Peepal Tree.
Peepal Tree Press - 19 December 2012
Remembering Jan Carew
Jeremy Poynting - 12 November 2012
Want to be published? Then you must attend this workday!
SUBMITTING TO PUBLICATIONS An INSCRIBE masterclass
with Kadija George
Sat. 22 September 2012, 11am – 5pm
Dorothea Smartt - 12 September 2012
WORKING WITH WORDS an Inscribe Masterclass
A rare opportunity to work with the renowned Caribbean author and creative writing teacher MERLE COLLINS
Call 0113 245 1703 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your place.
Inscribe - 11 April 2011
"Writing Worth Keeping Alive" — Caribbean Review of Books
The best Caribbean books brought back into print - with over 20 titles so far & counting!
Jeremy Poynting - 14 March 2011
Greetings from Peepal Tree Press, home of the best in Caribbean and Black British fiction, poetry, memoirs and historical studies.
Hannah Bannister - 05 August 2009
and Reading at Peepal Tree
Hannah Bannister - 08 June 2009
The long awaited second poetry collection, Ship Shape
from Europe’s favourite 'Brit-born Bajan international' poet
Kadija George - 01 December 2008
new poetry from Dorothea Smartt; the first volume of an anthology of 18th century Barbadian poetry and prose edited by Kevyn Alan Arthur; Creative Freedom, an anthology of poetry and prose by some of Yorkshire's finest writers; plus three new chapbooks.
Hannah Bannister - 07 November 2008
Dorothea Smartt is the new co-Director of Inscribe, the Peepal Tree Press project that provides creative & professional development to Black and Asian writers in Yorkshire.
Inscribe/Peepal Tree - 07 October 2008
Creative Freedom Tour: New York, Philadelphia and Washington DC from 19-26 October.
Kadija George - 10 August 2008
We are delighted to announce that the brand new edition of the Peepal Tree Caribbean
Short Story booklet is now available.
Hannah Bannister - 24 June 2008
Messages of condolence
Clippings of messages received at Peepal Tree.
various - 25 April 2008
FWords poets with REMEMBER SARO-WIWA in Liverpool
INTERNATIONAL SLAVERY MUSEUM, ALBERT DOCK, LIVERPOOL . 23rd to 25th April 2008
Kadija George - 21 April 2008
Poem for Archie Markham
Howard Fergus - 21 April 2008
We have just received the sudden and shocking news of the death of E.A. (Archie) Markham in Paris on 23rd March, Easter day.
Jeremy Poynting - 09 April 2008
The Commonwealth Writers’ Prize 2008 Africa Region Results
Karen King-Aribisala wins Best Book Award for The Hangman’s Game
Sade Adeniran wins Best First Book Award for Imagine This
Peepal Tree Press - 14 March 2008
Raman Mundair is reading at STANZA 2008, Scotland's poetry festival on Thursday 13th March.
Hannah Bannister - 18 February 2008
Check out F-WORDS
Kadija George - 19 November 2007
FWORDS: CREATIVE FREEDOM
WITH GUEST, CARYL PHILLIPS
Kadija George - 18 October 2007
Share an evening of poetry and discussion with Nigerian poet, Niyi Osundare
Date:Saturday 12 May
Venue:Peepal Tree Press, 17 Kings Ave, Burley, Leeds, LS6 1QS
Kadija George - 24 April 2007
Peepal Tree Press challenge Britain’s poetry establishment by demonstrating their confidence in the work of five British born women of colour - a challenge that no other poetry publisher in Britain has dared to undertake.
Hannah Bannister - 24 April 2007
Raman Mundair performs poems from her brand new collection A Choreographer’s Cartography
Wednesday 18 April 7.30pm
Barbican Library (London)
Hannah Bannister - 24 April 2007
PRESS RELEASE… PRESS RELEASE
LANDMARK FOR WOMEN POETS
Kadija George - 08 February 2007
UK Readings By 2 Acclaimed Jamaican Writers: Opal Palmer Adisa & Erna Brodber Feb 4th to Feb 8th
Kadija George - 30 January 2007
Peepal Tree Press announces New Poetry Editor
Kadija George - 13 December 2006
EVENT: 18 November in San Francisco
Opal Palmer Adisa, Dorothea Smartt and Kadija Sesay
Kadija George - 30 October 2006
RED ANTHOLOGY WORKSHOP WITH KWAME DAWES
Sunday 19th November
Although we hope to organise other workshops, this is the one and only workshop that Kwame will be doing.
Details are as follows:
Kadija George - 24 October 2006
BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENTS
Hannah Bannister - 29 September 2006
OPAL PALMER ADISA
is coming to the UK in February 2007
She is a dynamic performer!
Kadija George - 10 September 2006
Commonwealth Writers' Prize 2006
Mark McWatt tells us what's been happening in Melbourne:
Mark McWatt - 19 April 2006
Suspended Sentences: Fictions of Atonement, by Mark McWatt wins a Commonwealth Writer's Prize and a Casa de las Américas Award
Hannah Bannister - 02 March 2006
Commonwealth Writer's Prize
Best First Book Award awarded to Suspended Sentences: Fictions of Atonement, by Mark McWatt
Hannah Bannister - 05 January 2006
Launch of Gwyneth Barber Wood’s
THE GARDEN OF FORGETTING
Address By Ralph Thompson
Red Bones Blues Café, November 16, 2005
Ralph Thompson - 21 November 2005
Call for Submissions: ‘Red’ a new anthology
of contemporary Black British poetry
Hannah Bannister - 04 July 2005
A Great Offer from thirst -- the independent thinker’s book club:
Hannah Bannister - 10 April 2005
Peepal Tree Caribbean Tour
Events, Launches, Readings Signings
Puerto Rico, Barbados, Guyana and Trinidad
28 March to 14 May 2005
Hannah Bannister - 14 February 2005