You'll Find A Bunch Of Writers This Weekend In Key West, Here's Why...

posted by Jessi Minneci - 

Nearly two dozen American and Caribbean writers, many from islands damaged during 2017's hurricane season, are exploring Caribbean literature, heritage and commonalities in the nation's closest island to the Caribbean -- Key West! 

The 36th annual Key West Literary Seminar began Thursday night with an address on cultural appropriation by Jamaica Kincaid, acclaimed for works including "See Now Then."  

The seminar runs through Sunday afternoon and features various lectures, workshops, seminars, film screenings, For a full list of scheduled events, click here.

Established in 1983, the mission of the Key West Literary Seminar is to promote the understanding and discussion of important literary works and their authors; to recognize and support new voices in American literature; and to preserve and promote Key West’s literary heritage while providing resources that strengthen literary culture.


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