full name / name of organization:
> From the Front Lines: Is anybody listening
>October 27-28 2006
>3100 McCormick Avenue, Wichita Kansas 67213
>The focus of this year's festival is the spoken and written word and what
>is it doing to change the consciousness of America. What are our writers,
>filmmakers, and recording artists saying about a world at war, in terror,
>We are pleased to announce that Brigid Hughes, former editor of _The Paris
>Review _and current editor of _A Public Space_is this year's guest speaker.
>WE have added a panel for gifted youngsters and middle- and high-school
>We also wish to add a contact address: Wendy Donaldson
>CALL FOR PAPERS
>Deadline submission is October 13 2006
>To be considered, you must submit your proposal by October 13, 2006,
>whether by postmark or email.
>Proposal should be sent to Bryan Dietrich at the Newman address above or
>Proposals must include a short abstract indicating the project's scholarly
>content, Please indicate any audio-visual needs. Readings should not
>exceed 20 minutes. We welcome proposals on any socio-literary topic from
>public schools students, undergraduate and graduate students, and
>professionals in any field.
>City, State, Zip ____________________________________
>Please send check made out to Newman University along with registration.
>Attendees who email their submissions should mail a check to the address above.
>Newman Students Free
>Note: Registration includes entry to all events as well as a box lunch on
>both days. Newman University is located only six minutes from the Wichita
>airport and five minutes from a number of nationally known hotel chain
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