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April 2024

Wednesday, April 10 @ 6:30 pm
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First Draft: A Virtual Literary Social with Tamiko Beyer

Community, craft, and rapid-fire creativity meet at our First Draft workshop series, monthly virtual salons where writers get social, share their work, and leave with great stories. Theme: Poetry as Spellcasting This workshop will lead you through the process of creating a poem-spell for protection and liberation. Through simple rituals of breath and writing, we will access our creativity and intuition in order to send our protective energies and liberatory intentions to the beloveds in our lives. You are invited to bring any or all of the following if you have access to them: a candle or incense,…

Wednesday, April 10 @ 7:00 pm
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Inditoriales Hispanoamericanas – Bolivia

Magela Baudoin y Fernando Barrientos, directores de Mantis y El Cuervo, presentan sus editoriales y dialogan acerca del panorama de la edición independiente en Bolivia. ______________ Magela Baudoin. Escritora, periodista y editora boliviana-venezolana, es autora del libro de entrevistas Mujeres de Costado (2010); de la novela El sonido de la H, Premio Nacional de Novela 2014 (Bolivia); y de los libros de cuentos La composición de la sal, Premio Hispanoamericano de Cuento Gabriel García Márquez (2015),…

Tuesday, April 16 @ 8:00 pm
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A Virtual Evening with Salman Rushdie and Suleika Jaouad

GET TICKETS HERE  The Books & Books Literary Foundation, Miami Book Fair, Random House Publishing Group and PEN America are proud to present internationally renowned writer, free speech advocate, and Booker Prize winner Salman Rushdie in conversation with Suleika Jaouad, the New York Times bestselling author of Between Two Kingdoms, founder of The Isolation Journals, and subject of the Netflix documentary American Symphony. Rushdie’s new memoir, Knife: Meditations After an Attempted Murder, is a gripping account of surviving an attempt on his life 30 years after the fatwa was ordered against him.…

May 2024

Wednesday, May 8 @ 6:30 pm
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First Draft: A Literary Social with Fabienne Josaphat

Miami Book Fair presents First Draft, a series of free and informal writing events where community, craft, and rapid-fire creativity meet for monthly themed virtual salons where writers get social, share their work, and leave with great stories. Instructor: Fabienne Josaphat Theme: Writing to the Homeland Fabienne Josaphat is the 2023 PEN Bellwether Prize for Socially Engaged Fiction, and the author of the forthcoming novel Kingdom of No Tomorrow (Algonquin). Her first novel, Dancing in the Baron’s Shadow, was published by Unnamed Press.…

Thursday, May 23 @ 6:00 pm
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Crimen y fantasía: las distintas estrategias narrativas para el thriller y la literatura fantástica, con Ricardo Sumalavia

jueves 23 de mayo, 6pm a 8.30pm (hora Miami), sábado 25 de mayo, 11am a 1.30pm (hora Miami) Ricardo Sumalavia presenta un taller de escritura y lectura. Este taller, desde la reflexión y la práctica de la prosa breve, busca explorar cómo las estrategias narrativas se van moldeando de acuerdo con las intenciones de los creadores por permanecer en el ámbito de lo real o mimético, sobre todo en la línea del policial o el crimen puro, o en el ámbito de lo inusual o fantástico.…

June 2024

Tuesday, June 18 @ 3:00 pm
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Miami Book Fair’s Speak Up Program Presents THE MOTH SUMMER STORY LAB WORKSHOP

THE PROGRAM Miami Book Fair’s Speak Up meets The Moth Story Lab for a weekly virtual workshop series for 10-12 grade students. The Moth Story Lab workshop teaches the art and craft of true, personal storytelling (including games, brainstorming, and story crafting) and culminates in a final share. You must be able to be there for all 7 sessions. It’s a wonderful opportunity for students to develop and share a story about their lives, friends, the family dinner table,…

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