A Miami Noir evening with Les Standiford 4/25/09

“No one who chances upon the phenomenon of Stiltsville for the first time will ever forget the sight of homes that hover above the waters, miles from any shore, like structures from a dream.” – Les Standiford
A MIAMI NOIR EVENING
with
LES STANDIFORD
Michael Caputo and Les Standiford invite you
to board the Maribel and travel to Stiltsville just off
Key Biscayne. Les will bring to life this magical Florida site
SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 2009, 5 PM
Departure from Dinner Key Marina
3400 Pan American Drive, Miami, Coconut Grove
“No one who chances upon the phenomenon of Stiltsville for the first time will ever forget the sight of homes that hover above the waters, miles from any shore, like structures from a dream.” – Les Standiford
A MIAMI NOIR EVENING
with
LES STANDIFORD
Michael Caputo and Les Standiford invite you
to board the Maribel and travel to Stiltsville just off
Key Biscayne. Les will bring to life this magical Florida site.
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This special evening is a benefit for Tigertail, A South Florida Poetry Annual,
published by Tigertail Productions.
The cost per person for this benefit evening is $100.
Checks may be made out and mailed to Tigertail Productions, Inc., 842 NW 9th Court, Miami, FL 33136. Tickets may also be charged by calling Tigertail at 305 324 4337. Each person attending will receive a current copy of Tigertail, A South Florida Poetry Annual.
STILTSVILLE is a group of seven wood stilt houses located one mile south of Cape Florida on Biscayne Bay in Miami-Dade County, Florida. The structures stand on wood or reinforced concrete pilings, generally ten feet above the shallow water, which varies from one to three feet deep at low tide.
LES STANDIFORD is the author of the critically acclaimed Last Train to Paradise, Meet You in Hell, and Washington Burning, as well as ten novels. Recipient of the Frank O’Connor Award for Short Fiction, he is director of the Creative Writing Program at Florida International University in Miami, where he lives with his wife and three children.

TIGERTAIL, A SOUTH FLORIDA POETRY ANNUAL
Tigertail, A South Florida Poetry Annual is now in its 7th year. This publication celebrates poets of excellence. Tigertail is edited each year by a different guest editor, who is invited to create a distinctive edition by choosing poetry that echoes his or her own personal enthusiasms and concerns. Volume I, edited by Campbell McGrath; Volume II, edited by Michael Hettich; Volume III, edited by Emma Trelles; Volume IV, edited by Richard Blanco; Volume V, edited by Max Winter; and Volume VI, edited by Horacio Costa.

www.tigertail.org

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