Denise Low is available for readings, workshops, presentations, and Skypes. She communicates poetic power of language in ways that inform and shape the lives of her audiences and students. Contact her kansaspoetry [at] gmail.com
Jan. 20, William Stafford birthday celebration and group reading, featured reader, Watkins History Museum, 2-5 pm Saturday
Feb. 8 TALK-Ks. Humanities Council, Hutchinson public library, 6:30 pm
Feb. 10 Ks Authors Club 9:30 a.m., Love Poetry workshop, Oriental Bistro in Lawrence, 23rd St., 12:30 for biz meeting; workshop 1-3 pm, $15 includes book Moods of Poetry.
March 9 Tampa, FL. March 9, Red Mountain Press signing for 10 Years on the Mountain, Small Press Distribution table at AWP bookfair, 3:30 pm ; 4:30 pm signing for new book Shadow Light, SPD table,
March 10, AWP Event #S193. 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm, Room 18 & 19, Tampa Convention Center, First Floor. Thirty Years of Influence Across Genres in Indigenous Literature: Tribute to Diane Glancy. (Linda Rodriguez, Diane Glancy, Mary Kathryn Nagle, Denise Low, Bruce Bond) Diane Glancy has won major awards in every literary genre with fifty published novels, memoirs, edited anthologies, and collections of short fiction, essays, and poetry, twenty produced plays, and three films. In this interactive discussion, panelists from different fields of Indigenous literature will discuss Glancy’s literary legacy and the impact she’s had on the next generation of Indigenous writers and on the landscape of American literature across genres.
March 11, Sun. Sarasota FL, group reading at Bookstore 1, 1-5 pm, with Jim Daniels, Susan Garder, Robin Becker, others
March 18 TALK book discussion program at Aldersgate Village Topeka, Sag Harbor 3 pm, open to the public, Janet McClanahan 7220 SW Asbury Dr. Topeka, KS 66614
March 22-24 Native American Literature Symposium, Mystic Lake Casino, MN, panel presentation, “Dodge City Ledger Notebooks as Resistance: Northern Cheyenne Signatures”
April 8 Denise Low and William Trowbridge, former poet laureate of Missouri, share stories of life on the road as poets laureate, plus heavy hors d’oeuvres by Thomas Pecore Weso and readings from his food memoir. 5-8 pm, Propspero’s Books, 1800 W. 39th St., KC MO 816-531-9673
April 28, Moods of Poetry workshop 1-4 pm, Lawrence Arts Center
May 4 High Plains Public Radio live broadcast, Book Club-WWI, 2 pm
Aug. 12, Sun., Collected Works Bookstore (afternoon time TBA, Santa Fe Art Market Week), reading with Susan Gardner
Sept. 16-25, Write On Door County residency, events TBA
Sept. 26 Poetry on the Porch, Wm White House, Emporia Sunday afternoon, hosted by Kansas Poet Laureate Kevin Rabas