Hi, my name is Paul Crask. I am the creator, editor and publisher of Dominica Traveller.

I grew up in Yorkshire, England, and am a graduate of Leeds University. I also spent some time studying at the former Karl Marx University in Leipzig, in what used to be known as East Germany. I worked in the Pfalz region of Germany as an English teacher for a year, and then in Japan near Hiroshima for two more. After that I spent a while travelling around Asia and the USA. Following a ten-year career working in London, I emigrated from England and downshifted to a new life in Dominica, where my wife is from. That was in 2005. Since then, I have written a couple of Bradt travel titles to third editions (Dominica and Grenada) as well as freelance articles for regional and international magazines and newspapers. In 2015 I launched Dominica Traveller magazine.


Each volume of Dominica Traveller contains some feature stories or ‘in brief’ articles by freelance writers and photographers. If you are interested in submitting work, please familiarise yourself with the publication and then send me an email with a short synopsis of your idea along with a few examples of your work or a link to your website or blog. Please bear in mind that Dominica Traveller is an independent magazine and not a destination marketing brochure. It is put together annually in the months of June and July.

If you are interested in submitting an article for this website, I would be happy to hear your idea. Please note, I cannot afford to pay for website articles; they can only be exchanged for a credit and/or a link back to your website or blog.

You can contact me by email:


Dominica Traveller welcomes the support of advertisers and there are options covering a range of marketing budgets. If your business is a good fit with this publication and you would like to discuss this further, please email me:


Where can I get a printed copy of Dominica Traveller ?

Printed copies are distributed all around the island and are free of charge. Pick one up at a participating hotel or restaurant, from the airport, and from tourist information offices. If you are not in Dominica you can purchase a printed copy of the latest volume via Newsstand UK. Delivery is worldwide.

Is there a digital version of the magazine ?

Yes there are digital versions of volumes one and two. Simply select the volume from the menu above and click on the magazine image. The digital editions are hosted by Yumpu.

Do you offer guide services or organise tours ?

Sorry, no 🙂