Please note the following important date:
the wax museum of gunfighters
in Dodge City Kansas
on September 12th.
On Saturday, September 12, at “high noon,” Todd Moore will be reading at the end of a long hall, in small chairs along the sides, in black light, with the gunfighters behind glass. You will going to meet Doc Holliday, Billy the Kid, Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson, Belle Starr, Davey Crockett, Buffalo Bill, Calamity Jane, Frank and Jesse James, Doc, Miss Kitty, Festus and John Dillinger at the Gunfighters Wax Museum, 603 Fifth Avenue, Dodge City, KS 67801, Tel: 620-225-7311
MIDNIGHT TRAIN TO DODGE RELEASE PARTY AND ART OPENING
SEPTEMBER 11-12, DODGE CITY, KANSAS
On Friday September 11, 2009, 7 P.M., Carnegie Center for the Arts, 701 N. Second Ave., Dodge City, Kansas will host the release party for Midnight Train to Dodge – an anthology of poetry, story and essay from Pueblo Poetry Project Publications. Theme of the anthology is Western, from historical to modern apocalyptical. Contributors include Dona Lancaster, Kyle Laws, George Martin, Tony Moffeit, Todd Moore, Orion, and Linda Rocheleau. Cover art and artwork in text are by Tony Moffeit. Originals will be exhibited at the Center. Come and enjoy an evening of art, music and literature.
Music and readings continue the following evening, September 12, also at 7 P.M. For information contact kylelawsATqwestofficeDOTnet or Carnegie Center for the Arts.