writers empowered by support and participation in our activities
of the first ecological library in Isabela,
issues of the magazine Poetas y Escritores Miami reaching over 6,000 people.
volunteers and ambassadors helping to promote culture in their communities.
hours of creative writing and critical thinking delivered to school aged children
editions of the Luis Alberto Ambroggio International Poetry Contest
by Local, State Cultural Agencies and
average of number of countries represented in our major events.
original books to teach goal setting and personal development.
Fairs and Festivals
September 15 – October 15. International agenda of cultural and literary events organized by our Cultural Ambassadors in different cities around the world during the celebration of the Hispanic Heritage Month.
Don’t miss our 2nd annual Hispanic Book Fair on October 2-4, 2019 with the support of the Miami-Dade County Cultural Affairs, the Miami-Dade Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board, the Office of Community Advocacy, the State of Florida, Embajadores del Arte y Museo Empresarial y Cultural de Colombia. We celebrate the literature of 23 Spanish speaking countries throughout a participative book fair opened to public.
The purpose of our FILH project is to support the work of writers, poets, composers, and journalists that carry out their jobs in the United States and other countries other than their country of origin, while promoting the cultural and natural heritage of the Spanish speaking countries.
The Hispanic Heritage Poetry Festival. Along with the world poetry movement, the Hispanic Heritage Literature Organization / Milibrohispano organize the Hispanic Heritage Poetry Festival that brings together in our city the poetry of the Hispanic world.
Literary and cultural magazine at the service of the international community. Our objective is to promote the cultural and natural heritage of the Spanish speaking countries, disseminate news about cultural and artistic activities, and publish creative works and articles of literary and socio-cultural interest.
El Idioma de las luces es el primer libro publicado de esta joven poeta mexicana. En esta obra la poeta comparte su afán existencial y nos lleva por aquellos pasajes íntimos donde su inspiración le devuelve la voz a lo que está inmerso en la obscuridad o encandilado por el derroche de la luz.
La obra es un ensayo poético tallado con esmero como una sugestiva joya que seguramente seducirá al lector. Esta obra se hizo acreedora al Primer Premio Internacional de Poesía Luis Alberto Ambroggio, en su segunda versión.
Carta a mis sueños™ (Letter to my dreams), is a creative writing workshop with its own workbook directed to both children and adults. Through the reading of relevant texts, creative writing and arts, we encourage leadership, entrepreneurship, and critical thinking.
In the community
First library established in Isabela Island, Galapagos, Ecuador. This project consists of different phases. This is where the literary heritage of the writers, poets, and composers from Galapagos Islands rest. The library offers books in English and Spanish.
Promotes cultural sensitivity, the learning of the Spanish language, and the involvement of parents and community. This project is lead by our Cultural Ambassador, Professor Mary Franz Soriano, and is held annually in North Carolina.
Annual poetry contest dedicated to the poet Luis Alberto Ambroggio with the purpose of encouraging the creation of Hispanic poetry and offering publishing opportunities of literary works from the United States.
Arts for Purpose is a series of events carried out through the alliance with other organizations and artists with the purpose of promoting art as a sensitive communication tool for the benefit or social causes and community needs.
POETRY NIGHTS, Hispanic Heritage Literature Organization / Milibrohispano.org, has joined forces with Creation Art Center, a nonprofit organization, and Miami Hispanic Cultural Art Center, to offer the community a monthly event dedicated to promoting poetry.
Dirigida por nuestro Embajador Cultural Julio C. Garzón, con la colaboración de Miramar Public Library. La tertulia se reúne mensualmente en la sede de la biblioteca, ubicada en la siguiente dirección: 2050 Civic Center PL, Miramar, FL 33025.