where can i buy clomid tablets 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 »
Kansas City Voices is pleased to be a part of the Thomas Zvi Wilson reading series, hosted at the Johnson County Central Resource Library (87th street in Overland Park) From 7pm-8pm. Featuring readings by Annie Newcomer, Pat Daneman, and Teri Stettinisch. Sponsored by The Writers Place and Johnson County Public Library. Hope to see you there!
This Friday, January 24th 2014, our editorial staff will each take 10 minutes to read their own work to you. If you’ve ever wondered who’s in charge of reading and accepting your submissions, here’s a chance to get to know them! Event takes place from 7-9pm at the Uptown Arts Bar (38th and Broadway, across from the theater) in Kansas… Read more »
Come curious…leave inspired! The Arts Council of Metropolitan Kansas City invites you to join us for a one-hour tour and be inspired by the stories of how we are connecting, supporting, and transforming the arts in our community! Visit the Charlotte Street artists’ studios and Mattie Rhodes Folk Art Museum, all while learning more about our work. These free sessions… Read more »
Whispering Prairie Press is excited to partner with Prospero’s Parkside Books for a unique reading Tuesday, July 16th from 7-8 pm.Janet Sunderland’s father was a farmer and an elder in the church; Jesse Barnes’ father was a minister. These backgrounds gave both artists a lasting foundation of faith and family. Janet Sunderland will read from her recently released book… Read more »
Top Pick: When – Friday, January 13, 2012, 8PM Where – The Writers Place 3607 Pennsylvania Kansas City, MO 64111 What – POEMS! GOOD POEMS!: MEGAN KAMINSKI’S first book of poetry, Desiring Map, is forthcoming from Coconut Books. She is also the author of three chapbooks, collection, Carry Catastrophe, and Across Soft Ruins. She teaches creative writing at the University… Read more »