On February 6, I’m delighted to announce I’ll be participating in KU’s Undergraduate Reading Series. I’ll be reading my nonfiction and poetry.
“The Undergraduate Reading Series showcases exceptional student work from the University of Kansas in a variety of genres…The KU Undergraduate Reading Series kicks off the spring semester with an evening of dazzling student work! Come join us for an evening filled with engrossing poetry, fiction, and short plays. Our February event features the following talented undergraduate writers:
& more TBA”
If you’re in Kansas this upcoming Wednesday (Feb. 6th), I’d love to see some of you there (and meet!) but I understand many of you don’t live in Kansas or have free time. Both of these links have information: Facebook event & GoodReads event.
Special thanks to poet, Megan Kaminski, for making all of this possible. Read her interview on the Poetry Foundation here.
13 thoughts on “SS: Reading Event”
Sorry that I won’t be in Kansas, but congrats on the honor.
Congratulations! I’ve done poetry readings twice, and while I was nervous both times, there’s nothing quite like sending your work out to a live audience and feeling the energy you receive back from them.
Congratulations Shannon. I bet you’ll do well. Is Ashlee Ironwood a pen name? Forgive me, I tend to ask a lot of questions.
Ask as many as you like.
Yes, Ashlee Ironwood is a pen name I had to use on my first publication, because I was a minor, and the publisher didn’t want to risk anything just in case.
How are you doing? I just want to inform you that I nominated you for THE LOVELY BLOG AWARD. I hope you don’t mind. Feel free to check it out at: http://bookmavenpicks.wordpress.com/2013/02/02/book-mavens-picks-receives-the-one-lovely-blog-award/
Take care always.
I don’t mind at all.
You’re welcome! 🙂
Congratulations on the reading. Wish I lived closer to you. And thanks for following my blog.
Bit far to travel from this side of the pond lol 😉 But I will be there with you in spirit and look forward to hearing all about it if you get the chance 🙂
Ever so well done! 🙂