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Couch and Roripaugh(s) are presenters at USD’s Milton creative writing conference

Laramie writer Julianne Couch passed this along:You might be interested in this John R. Milton Creative Writing conference at the University of South Dakota in Vermillion, S.D. Conference dates are October 30-31. Lee Ann Roripaugh is on the faculty there and is organizing the conference. Her father, Robert Roripaugh, will be one of the presenters.
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Couch and Roripaugh(s) are presenters at USD's Milton creative writing conference

Laramie writer Julianne Couch passed this along:You might be interested in this John R. Milton Creative Writing conference at the University of South Dakota in Vermillion, S.D. Conference dates are October 30-31. Lee Ann Roripaugh is on the faculty there and is organizing the conference. Her father, Robert Roripaugh, will be one of the presenters.
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Job openings for writers at Univ. of Alabama

This job announcement comes from fiction writer Wendy Rawlings, formerly of Colorado State University and University of Utah, who now teaches at University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa: Assistant Professor of Creative Writing (Fiction): The Program in Creative Writing in the Department of English, University of Alabama, invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of English
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Nicolaysen Art Museum & Discovery Center Here’s what visitors are saying about the exhibition “I Want Candy”: “Sweet, tempting art to eat with my eyes! Mmmm – delicious!” “Indeed, I do want candy right now. Love this show.” “This show makes me hungry….” “A Feast for the eyes & ‘Sweetie’ has not teeth!” “Makes me
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Mary Hein wins lit conference poetry slam

Long-time WWInc and WYOPoets member Mary Hein claimed first place in the 23rd annual Casper College Literary Conference poetry slam Saturday night at Metro Coffee in Casper.Mary out-slammed a field of competitors comprised mainly of high school and college students, along with one of the WAC fellowship winners, Lori Van Pelt of Saratoga (she finished
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New book from Green River’s Bo Moore

Bo Moore sends word that her new book is available. Entitled “Who Do I Think I Am?”, the book is published by Blurb athttp://www.blurb.com/bookstore/invited/598222/3d956800543b3f2a9fb4bf27e5daf8a8 Here’s some info about it: The supernatural realm is a product of the human brain. It exists nowhere else. It is our mistaken belief in the supernatural as the source of
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New book from Green River's Bo Moore

Bo Moore sends word that her new book is available. Entitled “Who Do I Think I Am?”, the book is published by Blurb athttp://www.blurb.com/bookstore/invited/598222/3d956800543b3f2a9fb4bf27e5daf8a8 Here’s some info about it: The supernatural realm is a product of the human brain. It exists nowhere else. It is our mistaken belief in the supernatural as the source of
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Lander Library taking RFPs for mural project

The Lander Library Friends Association and the Lander Library are excited to announce a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a Wyoming artist. A search has begun for a talented artist to paint a mural for a prominent 200-foot tray ceiling in the new library. The $20,000 mural project is a rare chance for an artist to display
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Q: "How da body?" A: "Body fine."

“How da body?” “Body fine.” If your body’s fine, you’re fine. That’s the view of Liberians, anyway, who greet each other in this way. William Rogers remembered this when he returned to Liberia earlier this year after a ten-year absence. He wasn’t so good about duplicating the country’s traditional “snap-shake.” As he described it in
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Q: "How da body?" A: "Body fine."

“How da body?” “Body fine.” If your body’s fine, you’re fine. That’s the view of Liberians, anyway, who greet each other in this way. William Rogers remembered this when he returned to Liberia earlier this year after a ten-year absence. He wasn’t so good about duplicating the country’s traditional “snap-shake.” As he described it in
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