Miami Book Fair International

The Miami Book Fair International and Random House Publishing House have been kind enough to allow me to give two copies of Jamie Ford’s Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet. The contest: Leave me a comment telling me about a place that you remember from your childhood.  You don’t have to remember the […]

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The Miami Book Fair International will again treat book lovers to more than a week of cultural and educational activities, including author readings, book signings, the beloved Evenings With series, the IberoAmerican Authors program, the popular Street Fair Nov. 13 – 15 on the actual closed streets of downtown Miami surrounding the campus, Children’s Alley, […]

The Comix Galaxy at the Miami Book Fair International

October 2, 2009

Miami Book Fair International has again partnered with Diamond Book Distributors to present comprehensive programs on graphic novels and the comics world that will celebrate their historical place in our country’s literary life, as well as their recent rise in popularity, and integration into the mainstream via bookstores, libraries and educational curricula all over the […]

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Miami Book Fair International 2009

July 29, 2009

Over eight days for the past 25 Novembers, downtown Miami becomes the center of the literary world when the Miami Book Fair International welcomes hundreds & thousands of people who attend readings and discussions featuring prize-winning, best selling and emerging authors from the U.S. and around the world. WHAT: 26th Miami Book Fair International WHEN: […]

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The Sunday Salon: Odds and Ends

November 10, 2008

It appears, I’m on a completely different time table than the rest of you – at least that’s the way I’m going to look it, since I can’t seem to get the Sunday Salon written on Sunday. It’s not that I’m slacking, its just that in the last few weeks, I seem to be a […]

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Miami Book Fair International Schedules

October 17, 2008

The mission of Miami Book Fair International is to promote reading, encourage writing, and heighten an awareness of literacy and the literary arts in our multi-ethnic community.  Miami Book Fair International is a full-scale international event that includes a Sunday-to-Sunday schedule of stellar programs, readings and special activities. The Miami Book Fair International Schedules are […]

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Sunday Authors Reading Schedules

October 17, 2008

Well over 300 authors take part in the Fair’s prestigious line-up of back to back author presentations. All day Saturday and Sunday, November 15 and 16, they make Miami Dade College’s Wolfson Campus come alive with readings and panel discussions. Sunday Schedule is as follows: Chapman 10:00 a.m. George Hamilton on his memoir, Don’t Mind […]

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Saturday Authors Reading Schedules

October 17, 2008

Well over 300 authors take part in the Fair’s prestigious line-up of back to back author presentations. All day Saturday and Sunday, November 15 and 16, they make Miami Dade College’s Wolfson Campus come alive with readings and panel discussions. The Saturday Schedule is as follows: Room 7113 10:00 Carlos Moore on Pichón: A Memoir, […]

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The Teen Scene at the Miami Book Fair International

October 17, 2008

This year, the Fair developed new programming aimed specifically teens 12 to 17 years old – those a little too old for Dr. Seuss, but not quite ready for Russell Banks. The lineup includes storytelling workshops, acting and dancing sessions, rock band performances, poetry and comic book presentations. Location: Student Life, Building 2, Patio Friday, […]

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Comix Galaxy Schedule at Miami Book Fair International

October 16, 2008

This year, Miami Book Fair International has partnered with Diamond Book Distributors to present a comprehensive program on graphic novels and the comics world that will celebrate their historical place in our country’s literary life, as well as their recent rise in popularity and integration into the mainstream via book stores, libraries and educational curricula […]

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