April is looking good. I only have one booking out of town, and it’s close by. All the others are in Springfield. I’ve found four dates during the month when I can join other local poets to give readings to celebrate National Poetry Month, the 3rd, 11th, 17th, and 25th. Additionally, I have a library program on the 19th and a breakfast talk to give in Marshfield on the 27th.
By April 1, I expect to have finished all work on the four books that are currently in various stages of completion. Other proposals and submissions are out there, but those are chickens too early to count. I need at least one to come in, though, to keep me happy.
I have a few other ideas I hope to develop but I have to say they may be lost causes before I write the first word. As I look over the books getting awards these days, I’m struck by how serious many of them are. I’m beginning to feel like Peter Pan in a world populated by Captain Hooks.
Hang in thère, and keep your fingers crossed!
Hanging and crossing! Happy travels to you! Hugs
Be sure to invite the Kimberling City Library to come!
I’d be glad to. Three of the events take place in Springfield libraries. Who should I contact?
firstname.lastname@example.org That is the contact on their website:https://www.kalib.org/
Thank you. I’ll see that an invitation is issued for at least one of the scheduled events!