The San Miguel Poetry Week—Winter Session
Saturday, January 3 - Friday, January 9, 2015

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico * Poetry Workshops in Mexico's Most Magical City

FACULTY POETS 2015
Tony Barnstone, Jennifer Clement, Nikky Finney, Thomas Lux & Sir Andrew Motion


Previous Faculty Have Included

Marjorie Agosín, Simon Armitage, Anthony Barnstone, Willis Barnstone Alfred Corn, Mark Doty, Carol Ann Duffy, Stephen Dunn, Cornelius Eady, Annie Finch, Forrest Gander, Reginald Gibbons, Kathy Graber, Linda Gregg, Kirsty Gunn, Robert Hass, David Harsent ,Tony Hoagland, Marie Howe, Michael Hulse, X.J. Kennedy, Carolyn Kizer, Yusef Komunyakaa, Paul Lisicky, Glyn Maxwell, Richard Maxwell, Eric McHenry, Sandra McPherson, Christopher Merrill, W.S. Merwin, Stanley Moss, Paul Muldoon, Ruth Padel, Walter Pavlich, Robert Phillips, Francine Ringold, Elizabeth Rosner, Jerome Rothenberg, Alastair Reid, David St. Tomaz Salamun, John, Grace Schulman, Owen Sheers, Naomi Shihab Nye, W.D. Snodgrass, Joseph Stroud, Matthew Sweeney, Leslie Ullman, Reetika Vazirani, Rosanna Warren, C.K. Williams, C.D. Wright, Carolyne Wright, Robert Wrigley, Kevin Young.

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"The Secret of San Miguel's Success"


About San Miguel de Allende
San Miguel de Allende is known worldwide as one of Mexico's most charming towns. It is famous for its mild climate, 17th century architecture, excellent restaurants, music festivals, thermal baths, colorful markets and shops. This magical town has been a mecca for artists from all over the world. Great poets such as Pablo Neruda lived here. The painter David Alfaro Siquieros lived here. Neal Cassidy died here. Today, writers and artists flock to San Miguel seeking beauty along with a rich cultural scene.

 

 


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Few towns in the world can compare with the vibrant international and artistic community found in San Miguel. The colonial town, which dates back to the 16th century, was designated a Unesco World Heritage site in 2008 in order to ensure the preservation of its extraordinary beauty. See this link to the local English-language newspaper for news on readings, events, art schools, museums, natural hot baths, art galleries, markets, and restaurants.

For more information about
San Miguel de Allende, visit: http://www.mexonline.com/sma.htm