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500+ authors! Panels, readings, music, comedy, cooking demos, art—it’s all happening at Miami Book Fair 2016 It’s here! Head to MiamiBookFair.com to build your schedule and download a copy of this year’s Fair Goer’s Guide or the crowd-favourite Grid! Highlights include panels in Creole and French as part of our new Read Caribbean program of almost 100 authors from the region; dozens of writers from Latin America and Spain taking part in the Ibero American Authors Program; cooking demos at Kitchen Stadium, now in its new location at NE 2nd Ave and NE 3rd Street; games, food, and live performances at the Porch, the Fair’s most chill spot; storytelling and pop-up fun rooms at Children’s Alley; and of course, this year’s stellar lineup of more than 500 authors in poetry, fiction, and non-fiction.
Professor Elizabeth Nunez.  News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Sept. 16, 2016: The Caribbean’s excellent literary tradition remains in good hands with several Caribbean-born authors keeping the strong institution alive. Here are five you should know:
Presented and produced by Miami Dade College.  Miami, July 28, 2016 – Miami Dade College’s (MDC) acclaimed Miami Book Fair, the nation’s finest and largest literary gathering, will celebrate its 33rd edition this year Nov. 13 – 20 at MDC Wolfson Campus in downtown Miami. More than 200 exhibitors from around the country will participate during the weekend Street Fair, Nov. 18 – 20.
What Editors Want: Understanding the Process of Submitting to Literary Magazines. Demystify editors’ expectations and streamline your process from rejection to acceptance to publication. One day | Saturday, September 17 | 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. | $60. Instructor: Lynne Barrett
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. July 28, 2016: The Caribbean has long been known for its excellence in literature and the arts and several Caribbean-born writers and poets are keeping that flag aloft. Here are three you should know: 
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