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,
July 9 The Bookworm, Omaha, 1 pm Denise Low reading, 2501 S 90th Street, Suite111, Omaha, Nebraska 68124, Janet Grojean Event Coordinator 402-392-2877
July 15 Nebraska Book Festival, reading from The Turtle’s Beating Heart memoir
July 16-23 Write On Door Co. women’s writers’ retreat
July 20 Writing the Mother/Daughter Experience, with Kathryn Kysar, 1-5:30 pm. Write On Door County, Juddville, WI $60. At the core of most women’s lives is, for better or worse, her mother. Through short samples and poignant prompts, participants will write about the beautiful, fraught, and complex mother/daughter relationship. They will leave the day with several pieces of writing started and a renewed sense of interest in exploring the women in their worlds. Women of all experiences and cultures welcome. To register online click here, for other options call (920) 868-1457. Three hours of class time will be followed by 1.5 hours of a wine-and-cheese social and an opportunity to share work you have written in class.
July 27 Raven Bookstore, introduction of Oklahoma Poet Laureate Jeanetta Calhoun Mish, 7 pm, Lawrence, KS
Aug. 15 Johnson Co. Central Resource Library’s Thomas Zvi Wilson Reading Series, 6 pm with Tom Weso, Overland Park, KS
Aug. 29 Salina Public Library, Memoir workshop 1-4 pm; public reading 7 pm. Free.
Aug. 31 Thursday, Emporia State U class, Kevin Rabas, Poetry Writing (9:30-10:50 am), 7:00 pm? Ellen Plumb’s Bookstore, Marcia Lawrence email@example.com
Sept. 14 Raven reading with Dennis Etzel, 7 pm, Lawrence, KS
Sept. 29, I-70 Review contributors reading, KC, The Writers Place
October 8-11 Returning the Gift conference at the University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, American Indian literature conference, poet laureate panel
Oct. 13-15 Coffeyville, Kansas Authors Club convention workshop presentation
Nov. 3 TALK Lakeview Book Club discussion The Good Earth by Pearl Buck, 10 a.m., Overland Park KS,. Info: Eldor Kaiser firstname.lastname@example.org
Nov. 9 7:30 KAW Council Poet Laureate event, current and former Kansas poets laureate read together. Plans To Be Announced
March 9 weekend AWP national conference, Tampa, FL