Wyoming Arts Council

Call for entries: Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction

Each year, the University of Georgia Press selects the winners of the Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction. Authors of winning manuscripts receive a cash award of $1,000, and their collections are subsequently published by the press under a standard book contract. The press may occasionally select more than two winners. Selection process: in addition
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Call for entries: Flannery O'Connor Award for Short Fiction

Each year, the University of Georgia Press selects the winners of the Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction. Authors of winning manuscripts receive a cash award of $1,000, and their collections are subsequently published by the press under a standard book contract. The press may occasionally select more than two winners. Selection process: in addition
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Fiber artist Phillippa Lack plans busy summer

Wyomingingarts ran into Cheyenne fabric artist Phillippa Lack this week. She’s been busy — and that will continue through the summer. Here are some highlights: She was an invited artist at the Billings, Mont., quilt festival earlier this year. One art quilt, “Somewhat Off Kilter” was accepted into Studio Art Quilt Associates’ “Points of View”
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Robert Roripaugh in Centennial June 12

Wyoming Poet Laureate Emeritus Robert Roripaugh will discuss his latest book, “The Legend of Billy Jenks,” on Friday, June 12, 7 p.m., at the Centennial Branch Library, 27 Second St., Centennial. Free and open to the public. This event is sponsored by the Centennial Library and Cultural Association. FMI: 307-745-0862 or dshogren@will.state.wy.us You can bring
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AVA hosts "Glass Art Luncheon" May 27

AVA hosts "Glass Art Luncheon" May 27

New York Times blogs about Craig Arnold

In Paper Cuts, the New York Times blog about books, writer David Orr explores the legacy of UW professor and poet Craig Arnold. Craig is missing and presumed dead following extensive searches for him on a volcanic island in Japan. For Orr’s column, go to http://papercuts.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/05/20/there-will-be-no-more-poems-from-him/?hp

LCCC Young Writers Camp June 15-18

Teens from 12-15 are invited to sign up for the Laramie County Community College’s Young Writers Camp. It runs from 9 a.m.-noon, June 15-18, on the LCCC campus in Cheyenne. The camp cost is $75 per student. Each day will feature a different accomplished writer who will give you the buzz on technique and share
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Call for entries: "Call of the Wild;" "Landscapes"

Wilson’s CIAO Gallery sent a call for entries for its two new shows — “Interpretations of the Landscape” and the second annual “Call of the Wild.” They are scheduled prior to and during the Jackson Hole Fall Festival. Both shows encourage open interpretations of the themes in any style, any medium. The aim of both
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Call for entries: "Call of the Wild;" "Landscapes"

Wilson’s CIAO Gallery sent a call for entries for its two new shows — “Interpretations of the Landscape” and the second annual “Call of the Wild.” They are scheduled prior to and during the Jackson Hole Fall Festival. Both shows encourage open interpretations of the themes in any style, any medium. The aim of both
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