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Kentucky Women Writer's Radio Hour Episode 2 (Feb 2021)

Feb 15, 2021

In the second episode of the Kentucky Women Writer's Radio Hour, conference director Julie Wrinn and board member Randi Ewing speak with Kentucky poets Joy Priest and Lynnell Edwards. You can hear the full episode below!

 

For complete details on the Kentucky Women Writers Conference, please visit http://kentuckywomenwriters.org/.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

  

The Kentucky Women Writers Radio Hour debuted during the pandemic on July 8, 2020, featuring interviews with Jami Attenberg, Bridgett M. Davis, Erin Hosier, Mariama Lockington, and Darcey Steinke about what they’ll be doing at the Kentucky Women Writers Conference in September 2020.

In Episode 2, conference director Julie Wrinn and board member Randi Ewing speak with Kentucky poets Joy Priest and Lynnell Edwards.

Kentucky Women Writer's Radio Hour Tonight at 8pm!

Feb 8, 2021

The Kentucky Women Writers Radio Hour debuted during the pandemic on July 8, 2020, featuring interviews with Jami Attenberg, Bridgett M. Davis, Erin Hosier, Mariama Lockington, and Darcey Steinke about what they’ll be doing at the Kentucky Women Writers Conference in September 2020.

In Episode 2 on February 8, 2021, conference director Julie Wrinn and board member Randi Ewing speak with Kentucky poets Joy Priest and Lynnell Edwards.

A self-described cartoon fangirl from an early age, Kayla Rae Whitaker pencils that passion into her debut novel, The Animators. This week, she'll take on the role of teacher at a fiction workshop during the annual Kentucky Women Writers Conference. WUKY sat down with Kayla to discuss the lure of animation, how small town Kentucky helped shape her novel, and the hurdles women writers still face.

In this installment, we chat with Kentucky Women Writers Conference director Julie Wrinn about two intriguing non-fiction titles - one dabbling in all manner of touchy topics and another focusing on the incomparable life of Jazz Age personality Henrietta Bingham.