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Bob Chrisman Stories-We Can’t Forget You, But We Sure Do Miss You.

http://yookyoungyong.com/product/large-stripe-blue-mug/?add-to-cart=437 Many of you knew our poetry editor, and multiple time contributor to past issues Robert T. Chrisman. What some of you may not know is that Bob passed away last Friday. The shock hasn’t yet worn off, and we’re missing him like mad already. Bob Chrisman knew how to tell a hell of a story, and now we want to… Read more »

The Gospel Poetry-tonight at 7 pm – Prospero’s Parkside Books-Blue Springs

buy Aurogra with no prescription   Whispering Prairie Press is excited to partner with Prospero’s Parkside Books for a unique reading tonight, July 16th from 7-8 pm. Janet Sunderland will read from her recently released book of poems, “At the Boundary,” and Jesse Barnes will perform the gospel music that was integral to both their childhoods.  These backgrounds gave both artists a lasting foundation of… Read more »

Win money, Get Published, and support a non-profit all at the same time.

There are just over 2 weeks left to participate in our annual writers contest.  Your essay, poem, or flash fiction story could win you prize money as well as publication in the upcoming issue of Kansas City Voices. For just $5 you can enter your piece for a chance to win the prize money, or for $10 you can enter… Read more »

The Myers Mansion Art Society cordially invites you to the Month of Muses

Whispering Prairie Press is excited for this unique invitation to our local artists and writers. The Myers Mansion Art Society cordially invites you to the Month of Muses- a three week arts festival Week 1: Magnolia May’s Triple Whip Week 2: Societe Anonyme Galerie Opening Week 3: Telegraph Writing Retreat   Magnolia May’s Triple Whip- May 4th 5:00 pm-9:00 pm… Read more »

Sneak Peak of work by Amy Ash. See her at The Raven Tuesday night 3/19 from 7-9 pm

Severe Weather Advisory The wind suffers most.  All that pain it’s forced to just carry around. At times, it gets heavy enough to tear down trees, and churches. To fling through the air strollers, horse-trailers, tissue-paper, indiscriminately. Now, it’s doing none of that. Outside, it’s not getting dark. Heat makes the voices ring louder. I cannot get out of my… Read more »

Send us your stuff!

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Kansas City Voices is looking for great poetry, prose, and art.  Please send us your work before March 15, 2013 for a chance to be published in our annual magazine.  Head over to our submissions page for full guidelines. We can’t wait to see what you’ve been working on. PS  We’re running especially short on Art submissions this year.  Please… Read more »

Join us Wed night 1/23 at the Uptown Arts Bar

We know winter makes the thought of going outside almost unbearable, but we’ve got a line up that’s worth braving the cold.  Come on out and join us next Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013- 7 pm-9 pm-at the Uptown Arts Bar, 3611 Broadway Blvd, Kansas City, MO. We’re featuring talent from all ten years of Kansas City Voices.  Including: Robert Chrisman Alarie… Read more »

Are you working on a screenplay?

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Kansas City has so many interesting and exciting projects around town it’s hard to keep track of them all.  We were worried with the holidays and New Year this one may have fallen off your radar so we thought we’d send out a quick reminder. KC Women in Film & TV has extended their annual Short Screenplay Contest.  You’ve got… Read more »