KWA’s June Writer Feature: Carol Englehaupt Carol writes middle grade, adult cozy mystery, fantasy, and YA paranormal as C.L. Roth. Her current work in progress is the sequel to her middle grade fantasy, Cosmic Shift, titled Cosmic Chaos. Writing has given her a separate life from her son, an artist with cerebral palsy. “I am […]
Wes Brummer still laments the end of the Bar None candy bar. He probably wishes he had one to crunch through while working on his novel, Dust and Roses, a historical of Depression-era Kansas. History is what Wes loves. He writes, I feel a story makes the history more alive and compelling. It doesn’t matter […]
KWA Member Carol Martin is looking for three or four children’s authors to hold a book talk/panel discussion at the Ark City Public Library in April. This event is sponsored by the Cowley County Writers Guild. If you are interested, or know someone who might be, please email Carol at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kansas Day is Saturday, Jan. 29, and this year is the Sunflower State’s sesquicentennial. There are dozens of events taking place statewide, all year long, to celebrate, and some even have a literary bent. Here are a few Kansas Day events for readers and writers, and you can find more at www.ks150.org. Jan. 29: Postcards […]