Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, her engagements are limited to virtual meetings. She will decide to not attend in-person due to social-distancing rules and recommendations. Once the atmosphere changes, Rose will again enjoy interactions with writers and her other public events. She intends to catch-up to use her time on writing projects. Stay tuned!
Rose Klix routinely meets with writing colleagues of the area writers’ groups. Rose will not display a calendar at this time. Therefore, scan through the following to show some of her usual events.
On the 4th Saturday of most months between 2:00 to 4:00 pm Eastern time Rose Klix enjoys being a participating member of the Poetry Society of Tennessee (PST). See their website for current news of meetings with the members, their speakers, and guests.
Rose has often participated in Book Signings, Workshops, Poetry & Prose Judging, Readings & Speaking Events.
Did you know that an author’s signature increases the value of books for collectors? That’s why Rose is happy to appear at book signings for her publications. Not only will book lovers and authors benefit from these events, but also bookstores. Book signings also help other events increase their interest in local authors. Moreover, they allow writers to connect with their fans and answer their questions.
Workshops & Programs
Rose is also a fan of attending prose and poetry workshops. At these gatherings, she loves to provide presentations that are enjoyable and informational. Her most recent presentation, “What Do Poetry Judges Want?” explains what judges are looking for when they critique poems. She also discussed her experiences as a contestant and judge. Rose successfully presented this workshop at the Rapid City Public Main Library in South Dakota, the Halls Branch Library in Knoxville, Tennessee, and as a PST-NE program.
Poetry & Prose Judging
Have the work presented by your poetry or prose contestants judged fairly by hiring Rose. She uses her experience as an award-wining, published poet and writer to review poetry and prose for competitions. Rose has been selected as a judge in the annual National Federation of Poetry Societies (NFSPS) competition. Rose organized and selected judges for the Appalachian Fair’s first poetry contest and the Sesquicentennial (150-year) Johnson City, TN celebration poetry competition. Rose recently judged the Poetry Society of SD chapbook contest. To retain her as a contest judge, please contact her today.
Readings & Speaking Events
Rose enjoys any opportunity to connect with her readers, share excerpts from her books, and meet fellow authors. For this reason, she is open to invitations for readings and speaking engagements at local libraries and colleges in Tennessee. Rose can also make public appearances at open mic nights and events hosted by writing and poetry groups.