Thursday, January 10, 2013

TALK? (Talk About Literature in Kansas)

Tuesday, January 15, will mark the beginning of a four-part study of Kansas Literary Heritage at the Wamego Public Library. The opening program will focus on John Ise’s book, Sod and Stubble, based on his mother’s recollections of pioneering in Kansas.

In the next three months, Picnic, by William Inge, The Learning Tree, by Gordon Parks, and Trail of the Spanish Bit, by Don Goldsmith, will be studied. The series is sponsored by the Kansas Humanities Council as part of its TALK (Talk About Literature in Kansas) program.

CONFESSION: Of the four, Sod and Stubble is the only one I have not read. Guess I better get busy.

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