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February 2017

    Cathy Callen, District 2, Lawrence, read from Words in Rows, Poetry and Prose, at Ellen Plumb's City Bookstore in Emporia in the afternoon on Kansas Day, January 29, 2017, along with 18 other Kansas writers who also read from their books. 2/10/2017
   Yvonne Evie Green, District 1, Topeka, has had her story, "Nature's Classroom," accepted for publication in the Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inspiration for Teachers edition, to be published in April, 2017. 2/12/2017
Chicken Soup, Random ActsChicken Soup, Joys of Christmas   Vicki Julian, District 2, Lawrence, has a story in the February 2017 release of Chicken Soup for the Soul: Random Acts of Kindness. This is her fourth entry into one of their anthologies, with last December being the third: in Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Joy of Christmas. Vicki is about to finish the book of memoirs for her church's 150th anniversary, with Micki Carroll doing all the formatting and design. 2/10/2017

January 2017

   Annette Hope Billings, District 1, Topeka, shared her poetry during the YWCA Network Lunch on January 25, 2017. 1/31/2017
    Hazel Hart, District 2, Emporia, shared her childhood memory, "What's in a Name?" in Kaw Valley Senior Monthly, Vol. 16, No. 7, p. 35, in the "Memories Are Forever," column, edited by Tom Mach, District 2, Lawrence. 1/1/2017
    Roy Bird, District 1, Auburn, was featured in the CJ Extra section of the January 25, 2017, Topeka Capital-Journal. The article, "Author keeps Kansas history alive," by Jessica Cole, includes a Question-and-Answer conversation with Bird about his work for the Kansas State Library, his love of local/regional history, the many books about such history he has written, and a literary list of Bird's writing, including two recent titles written to bolster a love of local history in younger readers. 1/31/2017

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