Wyoming Arts Council

Warning from Ron: Don't type on this cake!

Wyomingarts strives to keep track of those artists, writers and performers who have wandered away from Wyoming. Well-traveled writer Ron Franscell grew up in Casper, made an impact as a journalist and editor in Gillette, and won a FY 1996 Wyoming Arts Council creative writing fellowship. He writes to us with news — both professional
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Stage III Theatre announces season

Stage III Theatre, 900 N. Center St. in Casper, has announced the line-up for its 2008-2009 season: September 2008: THE GUYS, a tribute to the firefighters who lost their lives on 9-11. October 2008: WAR OF THE WORLDS, a special Readers’ Theatre adaptation produced at the Casper Planetarium for the 70th anniversary of the original
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Meet the bookfest authors: Beth Loffreda

We’re publishing profiles of the many fine authors that will be attending the second annual Equality State Book Festival Sept. 18-20 in Casper. Beth Loffreda teaches workshops in non-fiction as well as courses in recent American and African-American literature at the University of Wyoming. She has written about Wyoming in Losing Matt Shepard: Life and
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From White House to political thriller writer

From a Teton County Public Library press release: Author Karna Small Bodman will describe how she weaves her White House experience into suspenseful novels when Teton County Library presents a free talk, “From Politics to Political Thrillers” with Karna Small Bodman, on Wednesday, August 13, from 7-8 p.m., in the Teton County Library’s Ordway Auditorium
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