O, Miami Spreads Poetry To The Most Unexpected PlacesApril is National Poetry Month and to celebrate, a local organization focused on literature is bringing poetry to South Florida.
Cuban-American Poet To Read Poem In HavanaCuban-American poet, and South Florida native, Richard Blanco is going to participate in the re-opening of the U.S. Embassy in Havana Friday.
South Florida Poet Making His MarkYou may have seen his poems, written in typewriter font, shared and posted all over Instagram. Some of his followers include celebrities like Khloe Kardashian and rapper and actor Ludacris.
O, Miami: A Month-Long Ode To Poetry With A MissionFrom bar stools to urinals, and everywhere in between, South Florida is teeming with the presence of poetry for O, Miami, an annual month-long festival with a mission.
Top Local Poets In South FloridaView the list and discover poetry, South Florida style.
Local Artists' Poetry To Be Embedded In Key West SidewalksPeople in Key West will see more than just turquoise waters around Key West, they will now see a new sight as they walk the sidewalks - poetry.
Inaugural Poet To Set Up Visiting Writers Program Miami’s very own influential poet Richard Blancois has set up a program to help others reach their dreams.
For Inaugural Poet, A Journey Home To America The Miami neighborhood where inaugural poet Richard Blanco grew up, in many ways, resembles Cuba his family left behind. Down the street, a man sells avocados from a small table. His favorite bakery, a few blocks north, serves guava pastries and cafe con leche.
"O, Miami" Brings Poetry To The People April is National Poetry Month and organizers of one unique Miami festival are recognizing it in their own way.
Best Poetry Events In South FloridaWhether it’s a quiet setting where you can read the classics or an awe-inspiring live performance where you can immerse in the new and popular, this list presents you with the opportunity to fully experience National Poetry Month.
Best Local Poets In MiamiSeveral decades ago, choosing the best local poets in Miami might have been easy. Simply put, there weren’t that many versifiers ‘round these subtropical parts. But given the advent of undergraduate guiding lights it’s a tough contest.