Despite its myriad attributes, Miami suffers from an unfortunate brain drain. Too many talented high school students, upon graduation, cannot imagine a full intellectual life south of Savannah, Georgia and are forever lost to other metropolitan areas, many of which are a fraction of the size of Miami. Similarly, ambitious twenty-somethings move here expecting the same level of cultural engagement they enjoyed in Portland, Maine, population 64,000, or Santa Fe, New Mexico, population 72,000, and after one or two disappointing years, pack up their books and go back where they came from.
Instead of Miami's uniqueness being a negative, we'd like to help talented young people recognize the city's strengths and potential for growth. Besides our other services, we offer an advisory service to high school literary magazines, in which established writers and artists will visit your literary magazine, offer publication, design, and writing advice, and seek out possible collaborations between students and the University of Wynwood Press.
We also offer an internship program for students interested in becoming writers, artists, designers, philosophers, editors, and owners of fake universities. Email for more information.
2012 - 201? Marci Calabretta
2010 - 2011 Lea Anderson
2009 - 2010 Ximena Izquierdo