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Brand New Events This Year at San Miguel Writers’ Conference

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By Susan Page The San Miguel Writers’ Conference and Literary Festival, February 13 to 17, has now become legendary as one of the most highly acclaimed and popular weeks in the San Miguel year. Most of the Festival events are open to the public by individual tickets, and our customized packages are still available. Described [...]

Poet and PEN International President to Read Her Work at Bellas Artes

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By Maia Williams Poetry Alive! is an annual celebration of a distinguished poet scheduled to present a keynote address at the San Miguel Writers’ Conference (Feb 13–17). The tradition of the volunteer advisory board reading selected poetic works in English and Spanish began with poets Billy Collins in 2017 and Rita Dove in 2018. This [...]

This Year’s San Miguel Writers’ Conference Has Many New Activities To Choose From

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By Susan Page The San Miguel Writers’ Conference and Literary Festival, February 13-17, has now become legendary, one of the most highly acclaimed and popular weeks in the San Miguel year. Most of the festival events are open to the public by individual tickets and our customized packages are still available. Keynote Speakers Headlining the [...]

Book on Teaching to be Launched at Bellas Artes

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By Kathleen Cammarata. Why come to the Sala Literaria at the Bellas Artes to hear Frank Thoms talk about a book on teaching? If you teach in San Miguel, whether poetry, writing, art, religion, language, or anything else, you will learn about innovative ways to connect with your students. Teaching, first of all, is not [...]

San Miguel Writers’ Conference and Literary Festival is an International Event

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By Susan Page The San Miguel Writers’ Conference and Literary Festival, happening this year February 13–17, has become legendary, one of the most highly acclaimed and popular weeks in the San Miguel calendar year. Most of the festival events are open to the public by individual tickets. Although both full and partial conference packages are [...]

Poetry Café at Bellas Artes Celebrates Third Anniversary with Local Poets Performance

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By Maia Williams On January 17, Poetry Café Bellas Artes will mark its third anniversary by featuring three highly regarded local poets. Because her father was in the Foreign Service, Cynthia McCloud grew up in several countries, including Chile, Uruguay, Peru, Canada, and France. After graduating from the University of British Columbia, Cynthia went to [...]

Annual Big Read Event Transports Participants to French Baroque Court

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By Andrew Goodell Because the Big Read selection this year, The Shadow Queen, by San Miguel Writers’ Conference keynote speaker Sandra Gulland, takes place in the French court of Louis the XIV, we are going to take you there in a spectacular evening of video, drama, mini-lectures, live music, and even seventeenth-century French snacks! The [...]

Upcoming San Miguel Writer’s Conference to Include New Events and New Options for Attendees

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By Susan Page If you are just arriving in San Miguel for your winter vacation and you will still be here in February, we encourage you to go online soon to purchase your tickets to the San Miguel International Writers’ Conference and Literary Festival. Most of the events are open to the public. Sold out? [...]

Literary Sala Event Tells of Expats Who Came to México to Escape McCarthyism

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By Carole Schor The first Literary Sala of 2019 brings to town two storytellers, Mitch Ditkoff and Diana Anhalt, to tell tales of displaced expatriates moving to México to escape their McCarthy-era oppression in the United States, and to show audiences how to write stories of their own. Mitch Ditkoff Mitch Ditkoff, of San Miguel [...]

La Biblioteca’s Recent Fiction Arrivals

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By Diane Gravell Motherland, a darkly humorous novel by Paul Theroux; The Only Story by Julian Barnes; Miss Subways by David (The X-Files) Duchovny; The Beautiful and Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald; An American Marriage, a New York Times notable book by Tayari Jones; and Hag-Seed: William Shakespeare’s the Tempest Retold by Margaret Atwood; as [...]

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