About

Kathleen Listman, M.Ed. from the University of Texas, is an instructional designer and an award winning author of poetry and short fiction. Poetry awards include the Writer’s Digest National Contest unrhymed poetry, and the Creme de la Creme award (best overall submission) from Oklahoma City Writers, Inc. Her poetry has been featured in Speak Your Mind: The Anthology of Woody Guthrie Poets, Oklahoma Review, and RiverBabble. Her one act drama, Lesson in Assertiveness, was produced at the 2019 Stillwater Short Play Festival. Writing contests sponsored by both Rowlett, and Bedford, Texas awarded first place to her short stories. Currently she serves as the V.P. of Programming for Oklahoma City Writers.

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On the move means more experiences to record and more ideas for writing. My day job is as an instructional designer specializing in technical training and educational programs. Currently, I’m in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. A short while ago I spent a year in San Angelo, Texas.  Before that I resided in a few cities in the Dallas/Fort Worth area for a good stretch of time after moving west from Cincinnati, Ohio. While busy creating training at these places, I’ve found a lot of new material with each change in location.

Often the complexity of work in our society forces us to compartmentalize rather than connect. What I am attempting to do in this blog is connect writing, learning, creativity, fiction, reality and the inner workings of the human mind. My other work includes photography 

 

2 Responses to About

  1. colinaffleck says:

    Hi, I enjoy reading your posts and think you merit a Liebster Award nomination! Read more about it here: http://colinaffleck.wordpress.com/2013/10/01/liebster-award/

  2. jenet12 says:

    Thank you for following. I am also in the education field, so reading your posts will be interesting.

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