The Five Best Gifts for National Poetry Month from PAMM Shop

Happy National Poetry Month! Commemorate the largest literary celebration in the world with our handpicked selections essential for all poetry lovers from PAMM Shop.

At Poetry Art PAMM on April 6, celebrate National Poetry Month and PAMM through poetry and prose with the FIU Honors College course “Poetry Art Community,” designed and taught by Professors John William Bailly and Presidential Inaugural Poet Richard Blanco. The afternoon features Blanco and renowned poets Caridad Morro, Carlos Pintado, and Nikki Moustaki reading their Miami and art-inspired poems. Following the readings, explore the galleries where you will have the opportunity to enjoy pop-up poetry, inspired by works on view and led by FIU students.​

At PAMM Free Second Saturdays: Teen Takeover on April 13, O, Miami’s “Advice Tent” will be outside on the terrace with poets providing live answers to the public’s most dire personal questions.

In honor of National Poetry month, check out the five best gifts from PAMM Shop.

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Coming Up Hot | $16.95
This book is an anthology highlighting some of the best up and coming, unpublished voices from the Caribbean.

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The Paper Curator Notebook: Slate Planner | $29.95
Every poet needs this moody canvas notebook to keep their special writings in.

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LePen: Neon Mix | $19.95
Put pen to paper with these smear resistant microfine point pens.

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The BreakBeat Poets | $19.95
This new American poetry anthology created by and for the hip-hop generation is essential for all poetry enthusiasts.

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Studio Checha City Lamp | $184.95
Light up your writing space with this unique LED light.

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