D5 President, Diane Wahto, and past KAC President, Roy Beckemeyer, will present Finding Space in Cyberspace for Your Work at the KAC District 5 monthly meeting on May 12.
While most writers dream of writing the great American, best selling novel or book of poems, or memoir, we also want people to read our work. It doesn’t matter which form it’s in, our writing gives us satisfaction when people can read and respond to it.
With the advent of the Internet, writers have many new avenues to get their work out. My late friend Tom Page published many hard copy books, but he also put up many poems on a web site he developed. When he first told me that, I wondered why anyone would want to waste their work that way. However, Roy and I have found online outlets that give us a way to share our work. Some of them also have the side benefit of that work appearing in book or paper periodical form as collections of the online posts. We will discuss these outlets during the KAC meeting.
This meeting is free and open to the public.
When: Saturday, May 12, at 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Where: Larksfield Place, 7373 E. 29th St. N., Wichita KS (just west of Rock Rd. on the south side of 29th Street).
Park in the Visitors lot and enter the Welcome Entrance walking left through the main dining room to the Lakeview Dining Room.
She lives in Wichita with her husband Patrick Roche and their dog Annie, the smartest, cutest dog in the world.