literature

Parallel Lives: Colm Tóibín on Henry James

Jan 13, 2013
Nick Doll

This post is featured thanks to our friends at the Key West Literary Seminar. Read more of their material here.

Nick Doll

This post is featured thanks to our friends at the Key West Literary Seminar. Read more of their material here.

Nico Tucci

The announcement that a Miami-raised son of Cuban immigrants has been chosen as the inaugural poet for President Obama's swearing-in ceremony is causing a stir throughout South Florida.  And nowhere more than in our region's literary community.

In 1993, a young civil engineer named Richard Blanco wanted to try his hand at writing poetry.  So he took a class at Florida International University, led by English Professor Campbell McGrath.

Mark Seliger

More than a quarter of a century after Tom Wolfe's novel The Bonfire of the Vanities looked at race relations, class divisions, greed and ambition in New York City, the influential writer has shifted his focus to the Magic City.

On his recent trip to Miami, Wolfe sat down to chat with WLRN's Alicia Zuckerman about his new novel, Back to Blood.

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