Wyoming Arts Council

Bill Boycott on Kulak’s Woodshed Jan. 21

Lander musician and Wyoming Arts Council roster artist Bill Boycott will be performing for a live podcast from Kulak’s Woodshed in L.A. on the evening of Thursday, Jan. 21. For details and times, go to http://www.kulakswoodshed.com/. For more info about Bill, go to http://www.buffalobillboycott.com/ Here’s some background info about this very unique venue in N.
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Bill Boycott on Kulak's Woodshed Jan. 21

Lander musician and Wyoming Arts Council roster artist Bill Boycott will be performing for a live podcast from Kulak’s Woodshed in L.A. on the evening of Thursday, Jan. 21. For details and times, go to http://www.kulakswoodshed.com/. For more info about Bill, go to http://www.buffalobillboycott.com/ Here’s some background info about this very unique venue in N.
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Call for entries: 2010 Arbor Day Poster Contest (kids only!)

Wyoming State tree, the Plains Cottonwood (Salicaceae Populus deltoides) February 26 is the deadline to send in your entries to the Wyoming Arbor Day Poster Contest for 5th graders to learn about the importance of trees and their role in the planetary life cycle of Carbon dioxide. Contest materials and rules: www.arborday.org/kids/postercontest. FMI: Info: Trish,
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Kemmerer book group reads about "the stuff that dreams are made of"

From the Lincoln County Public Library in Kemmerer:

Kemmerer book group reads about "the stuff that dreams are made of"

From the Lincoln County Public Library in Kemmerer:

Gastesi-Bezerra duo to perform at UW

From a UW press release: The Piano Duo Gastesi-Bezerra will open the University of Wyoming Spring Piano Recital Series with a 7:30 p.m. performance Thursday, Jan. 14, at the Fine Arts Center concert hall in Laramie. Tickets cost $5.50 for students and senior citizens and $7.50 for others. For ticket information, call the UW Fine
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Alyson Hagy: "How to Start Your Novel"

“How To Start Your Novel,” a workshop with Laramie fiction writer Alyson Hagy on Saturday, January 23, 10 a.m.-noon, at the Teton County Library in Jackson. Description:Most of us have great ideas for novels. And many of us begin writing those books only to find ourselves stuck or lost in the thickets of character and
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Alyson Hagy: "How to Start Your Novel"

“How To Start Your Novel,” a workshop with Laramie fiction writer Alyson Hagy on Saturday, January 23, 10 a.m.-noon, at the Teton County Library in Jackson. Description:Most of us have great ideas for novels. And many of us begin writing those books only to find ourselves stuck or lost in the thickets of character and
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Line-up announced for June 24-27 Jackson Hole Writers Conference

Announcing the line-up for the 18th anual Jackson Hole Writers Conference Join us – for a scribble of inspiration that lasts all year… The Line-Up – June 24-27, 2010 Fiction: Janet Fitch; Louis Bayard; Craig Johnson; Patricia Smiley Nonfiction: Winifred Gallagher; Tim Cahill; John Byrne Cooke Magazine & Travel Writing: Tim Cahill; Jeff Chu; Katie
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American Life in Poetry: Column 251

BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE, 2004-2006 The poet Lyn Lifshin, who divides her time between New York and Virginia, is one of the most prolific poets among my contemporaries, and has thousands of poems in print, by my loose reckoning. I have been reading her work in literary magazines for at least thirty years.
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