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The Story Center at Mid-Continent Public Library
Steven Potter, Consolidated Public Library No 3

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Curating Home (Book)
Title: Curating Home
Author: Erin Adair-Hodges
Author: Shannon Ashley
Author: Elizabeth Bowman Banks
Author: Hadara Bar-Nadav
Author: Physllis Becker
Author: Susan Carman
Author: Malcolm Cook
Author: Greg Field
Author: Jack Granath
Author: Tina Hacker
Author: Carolyn Hall
Author: Sheri Hall
Author: Steve Hatfield
Author: Robert Hill
Author: Maria Hurlow
Author: Silvia Kofler
Author: Hyejung Kook
Author: Patricia Lawson
Author: Jenny Molberg
Author: Diane Mora
Author: Cameron Morse
Author: Megan Page
Author: Trish Reeves
Author: Jason Ryberg
Author: Cecilia Savala
Author: Lauren Scharhag
Author: Ann Slegman
Author: Jorden Stempleman
Author: Robert Stewart
Author: Maryfrances Wagner
Author: Lindsey Weishar
Author: Ruth Williams
Author: Tina Yochum-Magaz
Author: Amy Zoellers
Editor: Jose Faus
Editor: Marianne Kunkel
Editor: Glenn North
Abstract: Curating Home is a collection of poems by Kansas City-metro area poets from both sides of the state line fully representing poetry throughout Kansas City. This anthology was published by Woodneath Press in conjunction with the Missouri Bicentennial "State of Stories" programming offered by Mid-Continent Public Library's Story Center and the University of Missouri's Extension Community Arts Program. Funding for State of Stories have been provided by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and the William T. Kemper Foundation - Commerce Bank, Trustee. The anthology consists of 44 previously unpublished poems by 34 regional poets and was co-edited by Kansas City-based poets José Faus, Marianne Kunkel, and Glenn North. Foreword provided by former Missouri Poet Laureate, William Trowbridge.
Year: 2021
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Publisher: Woodneath Press
Type: Other
ISBN: 978-1-942337-2
Copy sent to NEH?: No