All Classes and Events

Fall Guide 2018
E.g., 10/21/2018
E.g., 10/21/2018

Carmack Community Room

Our Writers Conference kickoff event!  Featured panelists Rachel Howzell Hall, Kim Addonizio, and Diana Goetsch will be in conversation about all things writing. Facilitated by Anne Gatschet of The Writers Place.

 

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Below is the full schedule for the Writers Conference for Friday 11/2, with details about the programs and presenters. For our schedule at a glance, see the main Writers Conference page. Please register for this event, and then come and go as you please, attending whichever panels and programs you wish. If you are going to attend on Saturday and/or Sunday, please register for...

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Since its inception, Johnson County Library’s teen literary magazine, elementia, has published 15 issues that have included more than 700 young writers and artists from the metro area. We are releasing our first ever “best of” issue to celebrate. This compilation will launch with a special after-hours party following the Writers Conference Friday sessions. Refreshments and free copies of elementia will accompany readings and performances. All ages are welcome.

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Below is the full schedule for the Writers Conference for Saturday, 11/3, with details about the programs and presenters. For our schedule at a glance, see the main Writers Conference page. Please register for this event, and then come and go as you please, attending whichever panels and programs you wish. If you are going to attend on Friday and/or Sunday, please register for...

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Sunday at the Writers Conference is for kids! Below is the full schedule for the Writers Conference for Sunday 11/4, with details about the programs and presenters. For our schedule at a glance, see the main Writers Conference page. Please register for this event, and then come and go as you please, attending whichever panels and programs you wish. If you are going to attend on Friday and/or Saturday, please register for...

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