Editorial Ultramar to publish "The City of Possible Unity: A Miami Poetry Collection"
The publishing division of ArtesMiami, Editorial Ultramar, will publish "The City of Possible Unity: A Miami Poetry Collection" in 2011. The book is a translation of "La Ciudad de la Unidad Posible: Selección Poética de Miami," a collection of 107 poems in Spanish by 32 Miami Hispanic writers. The book will be launched at the Miami Book Fair International. It will be the first time that a collection of Spanish-language poems by Miami Hispanic poets, is translated and published.
Since 1997 ArtesMiami (formerly known as Hispanic Events, Inc.) has supported and promoted Hispanic cultural programs by funding them and/or providing in-kind marketing and PR services to cultural organizations and artists. Dr. Aida Levitan, a nationally recognized advertising and public relations expert founded the non-profit organization in 1995. As an actor, writer and producer, Alex Fumero, Vice President of ArtesMiami, is a contributor to Hispanic art and culture in Miami.
ArtesMiami works in collaboration with local Hispanic artists, cultural leaders and organizations, journalists and educational institutions to publicize and/or sponsor cultural and theater events, art exhibitions, concerts, publish the poetry of local Hispanic writers and coordinate/publicize poetry readings, such as: Miami Art Museum exhibitions of works by Hispanic artists; Spanish Cultural Center (CCE) conferences and exhibitions; plays by Foryoucansee Theater; Latin Jazz USA and Orchestra Miami concerts; conferences by the España-Florida Foundation; and many other activities.
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