Are you a writer? Do you want to share your fiction, nonfiction and poetry with a diverse community? If the answers are both yes, then come on out to UCF’s “Writer’s Block Party!” The University of Central Florida is celebrating all different types of writers this March. The Florida Review, in association with Cypress Dome and Sigma Tau Delta, is holding the event at Dandelion Communitea Cafe, a unique organic cafe located in the heart of Downtown Orlando. The event starts on Friday, March 18th, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30p.m.


The Florida Review is an internationally read literary journal that features writers and artists from around the world. It publishes works of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, artwork, graphic literature, essays and literary reviews every summer and winter. Its latest issue (vol. 35.1, “The Native American Issue”) is available now and it can be purchased through a year’s subscription on For more information about TFR, visit our website:

The Cypress Dome is a UCF student organization that is dedicated to fostering the writing and literary community at UCF and in the Central Florida area, comprised of both student and faculty submissions. For more information about the CD, please visit their website:

Zeta Xi, the Central Florida chapter of the International English Honor Society, is an established UCF organization that encourages the writing, appreciation, and criticism of literature and conveys distinction upon students, faculty members, and professional writers who have achieved recognition in the literature of the English language. For more information on Sigma Tau Delta, please visit their website:

Want to know more? Feel free to contact any of the following people:

Alejandro Mujica

Assistant Editor, The Florida

Jaroslav KalfaÍ

Editor-in-chief, The Cypress Dome:

Jacqueline Sheppard

President, Zeta Xi:

Directions to Dandelion Communitea Cafe:

One block southwest of the Mills & Colonial intersection, right behind Colonial Photo & Hobby and Little Saigon in the Mills50 District. Look for the Green House, you can’t miss it!