Vivian Michael, pictured here reading at a local open mic, has long been active in practicing and promoting the literary arts in Antigua and Barbuda. Most notably, he’s served as creator/editor/columnist of Writers Block, published in Antigua’s Daily Observer where he’s worked, in various capacities, for more than 10 years. He’s an open mic regular and was, in fact, part of a group called Crysallis which ran an open mic of its own back in the ’90s and published the 1998 anthology Collective Soul. He’s served as a judge of the Independence Literary Arts competition; and, in 2006, Vivian was recognized with a National Youth Award for his contribution to the literary arts.
Spotlight – Vivian Michael
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