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  • 2 days ago | Books

    For the first USpeak Flash Fiction & Poetry Performance Series of the 2015/16 year, students and the community at large are in for a treat. Local writer and new University of Miami Creative Writing faculty member Chantel Acevedo is back after ...

  • 3 days ago | Art

    Last week, Cannonball Artist-in-Residence Christopher Cozier led a public talk titled “Actions Between Territories.” Cozier, an artist, writer, and curator living and working in Trinidad, is part of the Residency Program of Cannonball—a non-p...

  • 21 days ago | Books

    “Havana vanities come to dust in Miami. On the August night in 1933 when General Gerardo Machado, then president of Cuba, flew out of Havana into exile, he took with him five revolvers, seven bags of gold, and five friends, still in their pajamas....

  • 27 days ago | Books

    Ever feel like people don't get you or where you come from? Ever feel like the city you call home doesn't belong in the U.S., doesn't belong anywhere? Congratulations: You must be from Miami. The following seven books are about the city you call c...

  • 1 month ago | Books

    For the first time since its inception in 2011, Jai-Alai Magazine is accepting online submissions in short essays, poetry, fiction, translation, and art. New Times spoke with the magazine's editor José A. Villar-Portela to discuss  writing, a...

  • 2 months ago | Books

    Feeling a little blasé about your bookshelf contents? Want something fresh to read but don’t know where to start? Ready to get that new Harper Lee novel, but want something more obscure as well? The following seven book recommendations have a litt...

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