KCVY Submissions extended!

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In response to overwhelming interest, we’re happy to announce that we have extended the submission deadline for Kansas City Voices Youth Vol. 2! Submissions are currently open through December 15, 2018 through our Submittable page. Art, Poetry, Prose…show us your work! Accepted pieces will be featured in Kansas City Voices Youth Vol. 2 published in Spring 2019. Check out the… Read more »

A new spin on NaNoWriMo?

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Today is November 1st, and for many writers, it’s also Day 1 of NaNoWriMo (short for National Novel Writing Month), a worldwide event in which writers are encouraged to write 50,000 words of a novel in 30 days. Your dearest writer-friends (or you) may have disappeared during Novembers in the past as they feverishly try to meet this goal. Some… Read more »

Art and Community

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When you picture Art (with a capital “A”) being created, it’s perhaps common to picture the stereotypical writer alone in their home, hammering away at a keyboard with a roaring fireplace going in the background, steaming tea nearby, and a dog asleep around their feet. Or, you might envision a painter alone in their studio with nothing around them except… Read more »

Where Do You Create?

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When you picture Art (with a capital “A”) being created, it’s perhaps common to picture the stereotypical writer alone in their home, hammering away at a keyboard with a roaring fireplace going in the background, steaming tea nearby, and a dog asleep around their feet. Or you might envision a painter alone in their studio with nothing around them except… Read more »