Dalí on the Fly

By Harriet Monzon-Aguirre. Dropping off my children at school one day I noticed a shipping container in the parking lot and painted on the side read, “Dalí on the Fly” with a small rendering of a young Salvador Dalí clad in a blue sailor suit holding a hoop. “Wow look at that guys, you have a mobile Dalí art exhibition right here at your school!”… Read More

The Art of Dealing With the Inevitable

By Margo Hammond. Ours is a death-denying culture – one that emphasizes youth and vitality and feels uncomfortable talking about death. So why are so many USF students taking a course entitled Death and Dying? The course is consistently one of the most popular general interest courses for undergrads at USF…. Read More

“Green as Bubbly Broccoli Tops”

By Sara Ries Dziekonski. These are wonderful poems from Keep St Pete Lit writing class participants from the Gulfport Senior Center. Their poems explore aging, loss, family history, and so much more. These women inspire me and I hope you enjoy these poems as much as I do!… Read More

St. Pete City of Writers is a Poetry Takeover

By Amanda Hagood. St. Pete Poet Laureate Gloria Muñoz hopes the partnerships she’s building through the City of Writers Festival will last long after National Poetry Month has come and gone. She would like to see St. Pete become a city that celebrates not just the visual arts, but its rich literary culture as well…. Read More

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