Beth Gulley will be live tonight at 6 central with Polly Alice McCann and Richard Parrilla. Beth will share her perspective on poetry and the regional writing community along with her upcoming book "A Sticky Note Alphabet" with Alien Buddha Press. Hear more about what inspires her creative work. Listen live on 100.1 FM KONN at 6 PM Central, OneKC Radio, a partner of the Kansas City Museum.
Beth Gulley lives in Kansas City and teaches writing at Johnson County Community College. She has an MA from UMKC and a PhD from the University of Kansas. Her poems also appear in the Bards Against Hunger Anthology, From Everywhere a Little: A Migration Anthology, the Thorny Locust, and The Gasconade Review Presents: Storm A’Comin’. She loves thrift store shopping, traveling, and drinking coffee. Listen to last week's episode with the poet laureate of MO, Maryfrances Wagner. All previous episodes can be found on Spreaker.
"Beth Gulley’s latest is a glimpse into the secret minds of us all. Broken into three distinct, themed sections, The Sticky Note Alphabet offers an intimate look into some of the most prescient facets of our inner workings. Beth Gulley’s The Sticky Note Alphabet is a brilliant, truthful look into ourselves," says James Benger of her newest book published by Alien Buddha Press.
Power Word "Story" Podcast
Join Polly Alice McCann and Hope Houtwed for another exciting behind the scenes look into the editor's mindset when it comes to the craft of writing. Just what do all those terms mean and how do they work together? What is a story and what must a good story have? Where do we find the inspiration? How long should a short story be? All the truth, no classroom, just the good stuff.
This Saturday September forth a Poetry Chapbook Workshop
Have you ever wondered how to find all your poems, keep track of what is published, or even decide what to put into a chapbook? In this poetry chapbook workshop, you will learn key strategies to organize your poetry for your own records and for creative projects such as submissions and chapbooks.
This class is fun for beginner and long time poets alike! Taught by Polly Alice McCann
FlyingKetchupPress.com 10:30 am to noon central on Sat. September fourth Tickets are $25. Find more classes on our news and events page. like our upcoming Dreamwork for Writers Workshop and a Nov. workshop for kids with JoCo Library Writers Conference.
Flying Ketchup Press ® founded in 2018 to champion new and diverse voices in short fiction and poetry. We publish books, anthologies, podcasts, magazines, and contemporary media. Each year, Flying Ketchup Press produces collections of short stories and poetry by select authors, as well as an anthology dedicated to adult and teen readers. Our dream, to share worlds of wonder and delight.
Ketchupedia is an outreach of Flying Ketchup Press ® began in 2020 a grassroots network to connect the Kansas City & regional writers community through weekly blogs, a writer's word of the day podcast, a live poetry radio show, and two annual poet-in-residences including open mics, classes, and events to allow regional artists to explore motivation, creative goals, and advocacy. Our editorial mentorships create an exponential artist-tree effect. Instead of one poetry book a year, we add another poetry editor each year; each new editor is able to empower more poets, making room for poetry, as a space for personal narrative that empowers, heals, and unites diverse audiences. You can find us at Home | Flying Ketchup Press
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