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New Peepal Tree website launched!

Welcome to our new website! In addition to browsing our books (over 300 Caribbean and Black British titles!), you can see our latest titles, like the Closure anthology (listed as a best book of 2015 by the Guardian); find news of what’s happening at Peepal Tree and Inscribe; find out about our authors and lots more.

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Guyana and Caribbean prize wins for Edward Baugh, David Dabydeen and Barbara Jenkins!

The much-anticipated Guyana Prize for Literature and Caribbean Awards have been announced, and we are delighted to report not one but three wins for Peepal Tree authors.

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3 Peepal Tree books in the running for the Guyana Prize for Literature

Not one, but three Peepal Tree Press titles have made the shortlist for this year's Guyana Prize!

Peepal Tree has two titles in the Best Book of Fiction list, Johnson's Dictionary by David Dabydeen and The Last Ship by Jan Lowe Shinebourne, and one in the Best book of Poetry, God's Spider by Cyril Dabydeen.

The winners will be announced at the Awards Ceremony in Georgetown, Guyana on November 29th .

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Marlon James bigs up Peepal Tree writers in Vogue

Hot on the heels of his Booker win, Vogue asked Marlon James What contemporary Caribbean authors should we be reading?

And we're delighted to see that 3 of the 6 he named, Sharon MillarIshion Hutchinson and Kei Miller are writers published by Peepal Tree Press! You can read the rest of the article on the Vogue website

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DSC Prize for South Asian Literature

We are delighted to report that Minoli Salgado's A Little Dust on the Eyes has been longlisted for the US $50,000 DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2016.

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