THOMAS FOX AVERILL is the author of rode, Secrets of the Tsil Café: A Novel with Recipes, and A Carol Dickens Christmas: A Novel.
This work, in its entirety, is a [w]rite of passage – a poet firmly planting their feet in the creative landscape of Kansas.
Scurry around the library with libations in hand, explore and chat about it as loud as you please; it’s Cocktails in the Courtyard – Saturday, NOV 9.
Pavey digs deeper than almost any poet I have ever met; his newest book “Survival Tips For The Pending Apocalypse”
“Crying at Walls” (Stubborn Mule Press 2019) was recently nominated for the 2020 Stonewall Barbara Gittings Literature Award.
Four Chambers of the House: a review of “Rewriting the Body” by Wyatt Townley
“I want to share what it means to me to be a Kansan. I hope, in return, Kansans do the same with me.” Poetry Pavilion at Aaron Douglas Art Fair – Saturday, SEPT 28
In the face of racism, colonialism, sexism, and the ever-present street harasser, dominion over self is retained through feminine force.
Poems built from artifacts, testimony and evidence. The poet’s job was to suture together various pieces. Poet Joseph Harrington
Publishing powerhouse duo Christina Lauren launch their 23rd book “The Unhoneymooners” with public conversation and book signing at TSCPL Wednesday, May 15.