Catherine Browder is a fiction writer, playwright, and occasional essayist whose work has appeared in, and won awards from, Kansas Quarterly, American Fiction, Green Mountains Review, Prairie Schooner, Shenandoah, New Letters, and elsewhere. Her most recent collection of stories is Secret Lives (Southern Methodist University Press). Previous books include The Clay That Breathes (Milkweed Editions) and The Heart (a feuillet from Helicon Nine Editions.) She is the recipient of fiction fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Missouri Arts Council. Her plays have been presented regionally, including several Equity Showcase productions, and in NYC at the HotInk! New Play Festival. She is an adjunct member of the Creative Writing faculty at UMKC and serves as an advisory editor for New Letters magazine, where her book reviews often appear. Howard Iceberg is a poet and a long-time KC songwriter and performer, with more than 800 songs to his credit or debit. His songs have often been covered by other local musicians in their shows; and he has been accused by both The Star and The Pitch of being the city's best songwriter. He has been the subject of feature articles in both papers, and has been called "K.C.'s Rock Shaman". On June 26, more than 50 local musicians will be performing his songs in a special 3-hour tribute at Crosstown Station. On the side, he has been a lawyer for nearly 40 years, specializing in immigration law for the past 25. He was a co-founder of the Kansas City Law Collective, and has served in the past as Adjunct Professor of Immigration Law at the law schools of UMKC and Washburn University. Howard is in awe of anyone who can write anything longer than a three-minute song. This event features music by Una Walkenhorst. (caracabe)
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