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Go on in. Take a peek inside. Make yourself at home and stay as long as you like. If you’re short on time today, no worries. Feel free to drop in whenever. It’s the Internet, it never closes...
Looking for the book? (Not anymore!)
- Go to http://www.unsolicitedpress.com/store/p176/tkleepoetry.html.
- Also: To Square a Circle is available on Amazon, here: https://www.amazon.com/Square-Circle-T-K-Lee/dp/1947021532.
In fact, you can find To Square a Circle anywhere books are sold.
APRIL is National Poetry Month!
And I'm delightfully busy celebrating it. This month, you can catch me...
- April 6: Reading at Lemuria Books, Jackson, Mississippi, 2:00 PM
- April 11: Reading and Conversation, open to the public, at MUW's Nissan Auditorium, 6:00 PM
- April 13: Featured poet at Writers Village for the Cotton District Arts Festival, Starkville, Mississippi, 3:00 PM
- April 26: Featured poet for Mississippi Poetry Night, at Turnrow Book Company, 6:00 PM
ONGOING AND FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE
- Two plays, On How To Accommodate Marlo’s Frying Pan and Sindication are now available for licensing through Off The Wall Plays (UK). For Marlo, http://offthewallplays.com/2018/12/26/on-how-to-accommodate-marlos-frying-pan-one-act-for-a-cast-of-5/ and for Sindication, https://offthewallplays.com/2019/03/25/sindication-american-one-act-play-fourth-wall/
- That time I was a Guest Author at Love of Literary, a blog: https://loveofliterary.com/2016/01/15/red-soles-series-2-1-featuring-t-k-lee-overcoming-writers-block-boxing-the-block/
- Read a fun Q&A I did with my publisher, here: http://www.unsolicitedpress.com/blog/a-literary-interview-with-dramatist-and-poet-tk-lee
- Featured Guest on the podcast The Cultured Bumpkin: https://soundcloud.com/jacob-phillips-103249813/the-cultured-bumpkin-with-jc-jacobson-ep-3-to-square-a-circle
- A profile feature for The Daily Journal: http://www.djournal.com/lifestyle/living/playwright-hand-man-award-winning-starkville-professor-writes-what-he/article_8b830845-489b-5daf-90f2-781872dfc3fb.h
- To Square a Circle was one of four nominated works of poetry vying for the Mississippi Institute for Arts and Letters award. Nominees included Ann Fisher, Aimee Nezhukumatail, and Natasha Trethewey. Quite an honor! For more: https://www.ms-arts-letters.org/nominations.html
As you can see, there’s a lot going on...so stick around, or come back later...just pardon the mess.