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Documenting Pandemic Stories

Documenting Pandemic Stories

Tumultuous, disruptive, unprecedented—just a few adjectives people have used to describe the
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Kansas City Poetry Anthology Published by Woodneath Press

Woodneath Press to Publish Kansas City Poetry Anthology

Woodneath Press is excited to announce the publication of an upcoming Kansas City poetry anthology
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Online Resources for Writers, The Sequel

Online Resources for Writers, The Sequel

Last month, we posted the blog
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I Kept Thinking the Corn Would Be Done…

I Kept Thinking the Corn Would Be Done…

Jonathan Bender is a local food writer, author, and winner of the Greater Kans
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Healing the Heart and Mind

Healing the Heart and Mind

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month.
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Virtual Storytelling with The Story Center in May 2020

Virtual Storytelling with The Story Center in May 2020

Storytelling is timeless, and now more than ever, I am reminded of that fact.
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Poetry and Pandemics

Poetry and Pandemics

Andrés Rodríguez is a poet and graduate writing specialist at the University of Kansas Medical C
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Explore the Tradition of Sung Stories Online!

Explore the Tradition of Sung Stories Online!

Folktales, tall tales, personal narratives—stories told by word of mouth take many forms.
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KC Historical Women on the Radio

KC Historical Women on the Radio

March is Women’s History Month, which makes it an excellent time to revisit historical
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Author writing a book

Inspired by Tradition

About 25 years ago, a friend and I had the opportunity to talk with filmmaker Charles
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dad and child

Come Hear Wintery Tales for the Family!

MCPL’s Story Center 
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