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Events / Classes

Ghost Towns of Kansas
Osher Institute
University of Kansas – Lawrence
Winter 2021
Author Pete Dulin leads this continuing-education course about the history of dead towns and ghost towns in Kansas. The course is available as part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Kansas.

Media Appearances

Wednesday, November 2, 2016, between 10–10:30 am
Radio interview: “Central Standard” on 89.3 FM, KCUR
Listen to the show. 

Past Events, Classes and Appearances

ICEEs to Oysters: A Food History of Kansas
Osher Institute
University of Kansas – Lawrence
Author Pete Dulin explores the fascinating food and drink history of Kansas inventors, entrepreneurs, peoples and traditions from territorial days in the 1800s to present. The course is available as part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Kansas.

Kansas: Birthplace of Prohibition
Osher Institute
University of Kansas – Lawrence
Author Pete Dulin leads this continuing-education course of the history and impact of Prohibition on the beer, wine, and distilling industry of Kansas from the 1800s to present. The course is available as part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Kansas.

The Business of Writing
Woodneath Library Center, 8900 NE Flintlock Rd., Kansas City
The Business of Writing discusses the mindset, tools, and practices that can facilitate writing as a career. Geared toward entry-level business fundamentals of freelance writing and writing fiction/nonfiction books, the course provides an overview of topics including 1) Sole proprietorship vs. limited liability company (LLC), 2) Book royalties, direct sales, and other income streams, and 3) Sales, marketing, and promoting a book. Register at http://www.mymcpl.org/. This course is taught as part of the Storytelling Certificate Program.

Prescriptive Non-fiction Writing  
Woodneath Library Center, 8900 NE Flintlock Rd., Kansas City
Learn the fundamentals of prescriptive non-fiction writing, various styles such as “how-to” books, cookbooks, and guidebooks. What works and what doesn’t? Learn how to write in a clear, informative, and engaging style. Class participants will complete a food writing exercise to apply basic techniques and share feedback. We’ll finish with a question-and-answer session. Register at http://www.mymcpl.org/. This course is taught as part of the Storytelling Certificate Program.