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Literary Editor: Huascar Medina
Poet Laureate of Kansas

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Langston Hughes

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Attention Shawnee County History Buffs: The Shawnee County Historical Society presents a virtual program on Poet and author Langston Hughes and you are invited. Hughes spent a few years of his childhood in Topeka in the 1900s and attended Harrison School. Washburn professor and past Poet Laureate of Kansas, Eric McHenry, will profile Hughes’ life and contribution to society. The...

KINDRED VERSE: POEMS INSPIRED BY ANNE OF GREEN GABLES

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Kindred - Julie Sellers

AUTHOR: Julie Sellers This collection of beautiful, whimsical poems and photographs invites readers into the world of a young woman known across the world, Anne of Green Gables, of Prince Edward Island, Canada.The author reflects in her poems the magic of the Anne stories published by L.M. Montgomery in eight books and how the stories and the place reshaped her own sense of possibility. The poems...

House Concert Two Years Later

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House Concert Cover

seveneightfive magazine and ArtsConnect teamed up on March 20, 2020 to bring virtual house concerts, supporting local artists, poets and musicians. Over 75 artists were featured (and paid) thanks to Artist Relief Funds and the generosity of viewers.

Here is a look back on the first house concert and announcement of four new house concerts coming this April.

THE BODY POLITIC: Art + Science = Empathy

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The Body Politic

“The First Time, the Heart (A Portrait of Life 1854-1913)” is a portfolio by Dario Robleto, of fifty lithographs about his research into the history of the human heart, and more specifically, our attempt to record a heartbeat. It is now part of The Spencer Art Museum's permanent collection.

The Garden of William Burroughs

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Garden

for Tom King by Denise Low Behind a hedge, poison ivy pokes three-fingered mitts through the orgone box. The backyard lot deepens into tangled sumac stems and wilted brown fuzz of asters. By the kitchen door a pond nurtures algae scum. Arrowroot leaves are hatchets. Hidden outside his window lies a smaller pond, cattails at edges and moon-round, a pool he saw nights before sleep. A pool where he...

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