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Help us celebrate the written word by joining us tomorrow night, June 30th, 2012.

buy Lyrica 50 mg We can’t wait to see you tomorrow night, June 30th,  at The Writers Place (3607 Pennsylvania, Kansas City, MO,64111) for our latest showcase of talent featured in Kansas City Voices.  The reading begins at 5 pm and features: Gloria Adams, Bob Chrisman, Dawn Downey, Stella Robbins, and Erica Williams. It’s a great chance to meet other writers and artists in… Read more »

It all started with “Where can I get a copy of the magazine?”

It was my second day as President of Whispering Prairie Press, and I had no idea how to answer the question.  I realized if I was going to do this “President” thing well, I had a-lot of learning to do. I spent the next few months digging through our history, consolidating twenty years worth of information, examining what has worked,… Read more »

Did you miss an issue of Kansas City Voices?

Volume 9 is back from the printers and will be on sale shortly.  And while we’re very excited about this issue, we also want to make sure you have the opportunity to catch up on some of our past issues. Starting immediately you can get past issues of Kansas City Voices (Volumes 1-8, while supplies last) for just $5 a… Read more »

And the winners are…

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  Results Whispering Prairie Press 2011 Writing Awards Poetry 1st  Place  Melissa Grossman, Simi Valley, CA.                     “Driving Home” 2nd Place  Sheri Pattillo, Kerrville, TX.                                    “When It All Slipped Out” 3rd Place  Stacy Post, Danville, IN.                                         “Surviving the Eclipse” Honorable Mentions (in alphabetical order, not ranked) Jim Barton, Huttig, AR.                                 “A Letter to Mr. Van Gogh:  Sunflowers” Valerie Brown-Kuchera, Quinter,… Read more »

Getting to Know KC Voices and Whispering Prairie Press

Have you ever wondered who publishes literary magazines and how they do it?  I assumed it must require well paid professionals, necessitate a big bank account and be labor intensive.   One day last year, Mary-Lane Kamberg, a leader of  our Kansas City Writers Group and president of the board of directors of Whispering Prairie Press asked if anyone would… Read more »