Rose Mary Stiffin, Ph.D. was recognized as one of Legacy Miami’s top Black educators of 2017. “It is an honor to be recognized for my work as an educator, mentor and leader,” said Stiffin. Stiffin is the Chair of the Department of Health & Natural Sciences at Florida Memorial University.
Meet the authors of color Local writers group hosts free program in Miami Gardens Saturday The Ralph Hogges and Benjamin Cowins Writers Group of South Florida will host Speak, Sign & Sell a gathering and celebration of authors of color. The free program will be 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. […]
Walk in Bethel received honorable mention at the 2017 Amsterdam Book Festival. The festival celebrates books worthy of further attention from the European market. Entries can be in Dutch, English, French, Spanish, German or Portuguese and can be published, self-published or issued by an independent publishing house. Submitted works are […]
Rose Mary Stiffin Ph.D., earned honorable mention in the Amsterdam Book Festival for her first novel “Walk in Bethel.” Stiffin, an Indianola native who now lives in Miami Gardens, Fla., traveled to Paris, France, recently to accept the award in the general fiction category. Stiffin said in a statement she […]