Monthly Archives: August 2011

Ivy Review Online Branches Out

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Staffers read from their work in Sedalia, Ivy Review Online branches out.

Steve Dotson and Dr. Steve Wiegenstein read from their works at SpoFest, a celebration of the spoken word, in Sedalia, Mo., in mid-May. The event also showcased musical and comedic talent.


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SpoFest Reader Steve Wiegenstein Gets Signed

It was our great pleasure to have Mr. Steve Wiegenstein performing at our very first SpoFest event at the Wine and More in downtown Sedalia Missouri. And at our 2nd SpoFest, Steven Dotson had a special announcement to share with us.


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Here’s an excerpt from the author himself discussing his new book. More information can be found here as well Blank Slate Press


“Daybreak” is the name of the fictional community I created, and it is also the working title of the first novel in what I hope will be a significant series of interrelated novels set in the Ozarks.


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We wish you the very best Mr. Steve Wiegenstein!


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July 27th Interview With SpoFest Founder James Bryant

Sedalia Democrat’s John Hansen interviews the Founder of SpoFest

One or two events per year does not make a poetry scene. That’s the opinion of Sedalia’s James Bryant, who hopes to find his niche with SpoFest, a series of spoken-word events, the second of which will be on Saturday at Wine & More in downtown Sedalia.

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July 27th Interview With SpoFest Founder James Bryant



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