Category Archives: fiction

May 16th @ Mysteryscapes

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adeptly Kansas City Voices invites you to a reading this May, featuring Phyllis Westover, Lisa Daly, and Jack Kline. Join us on Friday, May 16, 6-8 pm at Mysteryscapes, 7309 W. 80th St., Overland Park, Ks. 66204. Phyllis Galley Westover’s writing has appeared in magazines, newspapers, and six anthologies.  She received Boulevard’s Fiction Award, and she was a finalist for the Iowa… Read more »

April Event @ The Writers Place

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where can you buy antabuse Kansas City Voices , an arts and literary magazine, presents an afternoon with writers Eve Ott, Alaire Tennille, and John Peterson, Sunday, April 27, 2014, 2:00pm-4:00pm, The Writer’s Place, 3607 Pennsylvania Ave, Kansas City, MO. EVE OTT: Her fiction and poetry have appeared or are forthcoming in :The Same, Imagination and Place Press,  I-70 Review, The Whirleybird Anthology, Kansas City Voices, Redbook,… Read more »

"Christmastime in South Florida" by Ethan Denault–Guest Blogger

“I’ve always liked Christmas,” she said, hanging the last string of lights on the dying sago palm tree, “It’s the only holiday that makes a girl feel like a woman.” He had no idea what she meant. Overhead the sky was that south Florida blood-orange, the color it always was just before the sun fell beneath the horizon. He stood… Read more »

Congratulations to Lawrence and Suella Walsh on the release of "Bridge"

One of the great things about being a small press is you get to know the writers you work with.  As we approach our 10th year Whispering Prairie Press has seen many of our past board members, editors, and contributors move on to great things.  Larry and Suella Walsh have supported Kansas City Voices from the very beginning. We wanted… Read more »

"What I Did on My Summer Vacation by Alexander Silver" by Robert Chrisman––Guest Blogger

What I Did on My Summer Vacation by Alexander Silver My Daddy came home for his summer vacation. Mostly he stays in a quiet place with his pair of noids, which are bad things. They make him act weird. The doctors try to help him, but they can’t. I asked Mommy why they don’t send the pair of noids home…. Read more »