In this issue:

Jeremy Taylor on 20 years of Caribbean Beat

After completing an MA in English at Cambridge, teaching in Kenya, marrying a Trinidadian and moving from his native England to Port of Spain in the early 1970s, Caribbean Beat's founding editor Jeremy Taylor left his job as a teacher at Fatima College for the uncertainty of freelance journalism and publishing. In 1991, he co-founded MEP (Media & Editorial Projects Ltd) and became the founding (and longest-serving) editor of Caribbean Beat. He shared some of his journey with Caroline Taylor