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Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund board holds open forum discussion Oct. 7 in Lander

The Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund Board retreat will be held October 7-8 at the Lander Art Center, 224 Main Street, Lander. No formal business will be conducted during this meeting, however the board will host an open forum discussion on October 7 from 1 -5 p.m. Board discussions will continue on October 8 from 8
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Writers "speed-date" Wyoming librarians, talk e-books

The Wyoming Library Association meets this week. During one of yesterday’s sessions, an assortment of Wyoming writers “speed-dated” librarians, talking about their favorite writerly topics. Writers included Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale; John Nesbitt, Torrington; Mike and Kathy Gear, Thermopolis; and Mary Gillgannon, Cheyenne. Mary is writer and librarian and sees these topics from several angles. Here’s
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Writers "speed-date" Wyoming librarians, talk e-books

The Wyoming Library Association meets this week. During one of yesterday’s sessions, an assortment of Wyoming writers “speed-dated” librarians, talking about their favorite writerly topics. Writers included Cat Urbigkit, Pinedale; John Nesbitt, Torrington; Mike and Kathy Gear, Thermopolis; and Mary Gillgannon, Cheyenne. Mary is writer and librarian and sees these topics from several angles. Here’s
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Deadline Oct. 15 for publishing seminar in NYC

The Center for Book Arts in New York City is now inviting applications for its upcoming Letterpress Printing & Fine Press Publishing Seminar for Emerging Writers (November 10-14). Deadline is Oct. 15. Participants will attend lectures from printers, fine press publishers, book artists, and dealers to get a practical overview of letterpress printing and fine
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"Literary Connection" Oct. 8-9 at LCCC

The Laramie County Community College Foundation presents “Literary Connection” on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 8-9, in the LCCC Health Science Building, Room 111/113, Cheyenne. The Literary Connection each year features guest authors who talk about the skills of writing and the process of literary development, present guest lectures, answer questions and sign copies of their
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"Literary Connection" Oct. 8-9 at LCCC

The Laramie County Community College Foundation presents “Literary Connection” on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 8-9, in the LCCC Health Science Building, Room 111/113, Cheyenne. The Literary Connection each year features guest authors who talk about the skills of writing and the process of literary development, present guest lectures, answer questions and sign copies of their
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Call for entries: Serendipity Poets journal

THE SERENDIPITY POETS OF CHEYENNE ARE CALLING FOR ORIGINAL POETRY FOR ITS 15TH ANNUAL POETRY JOURNAL. SEND A G-RATED POEM NOT TO EXCEED 32 LINES WITH NAME ADDRESS, PHONE, E-MAIL AND A SHORT BIO. ENTRIES CAN BE MAILED TO SERENDIPITY POETS, 922 WEST 26TH, CHEYENNE, WY 82001 OR E-MAILED TO warsaw2muse@gmail.com The deadline for submission is
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What are your plans for National Arts & Humanities Month?

Each October, Americans for the Arts in Washington, D.C., asks arts communities nationwide to host arts events and make them part of National Arts and Humanities Month (NAHM) by posting events on its web site and sharing pictures and stories with peers nationwide. Add your event to the NAHM Calendar. Find out what arts groups and
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What are your plans for National Arts & Humanities Month?

Each October, Americans for the Arts in Washington, D.C., asks arts communities nationwide to host arts events and make them part of National Arts and Humanities Month (NAHM) by posting events on its web site and sharing pictures and stories with peers nationwide. Add your event to the NAHM Calendar. Find out what arts groups and
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Next "Poetry Box" discussion group Oct. 15 in Casper

From the Natrona County Public Library in Casper: Do you enjoy reading or writing poetry? Join the “Poetry Box” discussion group just for poetry lovers at the Natrona County Public Library the third Friday of each month. This month we will meet on Friday, October 15 at 5:30 p.m. at the library. The group will
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