Publishing in the Caribbean An by Holger G. Ehling Pamela Mordecai, who (as selections in the present issue of Matatu indicate) is one of Jamaica's foremost poets, is director of Sandberry Press Publishers, based in Kingston. This interview was conducted at the International Frankfurt Book Fair, on 9 October 1993. in general, must be quite a difficult task: the economic situation is poor, and efforts at trading any goods are hampered by the fact that the islands only provide small and isolated markets. How can one make ends meet as a publisher? PAMELA MORDECAI: In some cases it's true that publishers are not able to make ends meet. I think that people have to network and be in touch with each other. There are one or two people who have very good networking systems throughout the region and the immediate market is obviously the island or the country in which the individual book is published. The next market is the regional market, then there is the international market. And there is this wonderful thing that one thinks about when one comes to the Frankfurt Book Fair: "Rights." I think first of all it's how to access the national
Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd'hui – Brill
Published: Dec 8, 2002
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