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About MEP Publishers (Trinidad & Tobago, Caribbean)

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About MEP Publishers (Trinidad & Tobago,

Vol.18 No.1 – April 2018 THE VOICE OF BUSINESS IN TRINIDAD & TOBAGO Who we are Established in 1990 by veteran journalist Jeremy Taylor and Joanne Mendes, MEP is one of the Caribbean’s longest-running and most respected publishing houses. Based in Port of Spain, MEP is known for high-quality Caribbean print and digital magazines, especially in tourism, culture, and business; and books of Caribbean interest published through its book imprint, Prospect Press. Additionally, MEP produces a range of client projects and corporate material, from brochures and newsletters to annual reports and directories. What we do Magazines Over nearly 30 years, some of MEP’s magazine projects have included: • Caribbean Beat magazine (for BWIA and Caribbean Airlines) • Contact magazine (for the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce) • Discover Trinidad & Tobago • The ALM Caribbean Explorer • BPTT’s Insider newsletter • The Caribbean Review of Books (CRB) • The Citibank Investment Guide to Trinidad & Tobago • Hi-Time (for Helenair) • The National Gas Company (NGC)’s GASCO News • The Point Lisas Story • The Trinidad & Tobago Business Guide • The Trinidad & Tobago Exporter • The Trinidad & Tobago Export Directory • Youth At Risk (for the United Nations Development Programme). Transforming Trinidad & Tobago Settling disputes | Letting go of fossil fuels Digital revolution | The art of rejuvenation Our books Prospect Press (the book publishing imprint of MEP) has produced titles on Caribbean subjects (biography, natural history, art, and current affairs) since 1994. They include: • Professor Julian Kenny’s Views from the Ridge; Flowers of Trinidad & Tobago; Orchids of Trinidad & Tobago; and A Naturalist’s Notes: the Biological Diversity of Trinidad & Tobago • Martin G Daly, SC’s The Daly Commentaries • Ken Bhoodoo’s The Elusive Eric Williams • Luise Kimme’s Halcyon Days: Sculpture 1987-91; Resurrection To Dance; and Bolero • CLR James’ Letters From London • Richard ffrench’s A Naturalist’s Year • Jeremy Taylor‘s Going to Ground and BWIA’s Caribbean • Russell Barrow’s Birds of Trinidad and Tobago: A Photographic Atlas • Stewart Hylton Edwards’ The Toco Road and other Poems of the West Indies • Wilfred Best’s Tikasingh’s Wedding • The Abbey: Mount St Benedict • Unbreakable: Selected Newspaper Columns by Dana Seetahal, SC • Rahanna Alicia Juman’s Wetlands of Trinidad and Tobago for the Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA) • Joy Rudder’s The Old House and the Dream: The Story of the Asa Wright Nature Centre.

Caribbean Beat — May/June 2018 (#151)
GASCO News (Volume 24, November 2013)
ENERGY Caribbean newsletter (April 2014 • Issue no. 72)
The Caribbean Review of Books (New vol. 1, no. 19, February 2009)
CONTACT Magazine (Vol.18 No.1 – April 2018)
Discover Trinidad & Tobago 2016 — 25th Anniversary Edition
Discover Trinidad & Tobago 2017 (#28)
Caribbean Beat — January/February 2017 (#143)
Caribbean Beat — 25th Anniversary Edition — March/April 2017 (#144)
Caribbean Beat — May/June 2017 (#145)
Caribbean Beat — July/August 2017 (#146)
Caribbean Beat — September/October 2017 (#147)
Caribbean Beat — November/December 2017 (#148)
Discover Trinidad & Tobago 2018 (#29)
Caribbean Beat — January/February 2018 (#149)