Sundial Writers Corner (TN Valley writers podcast)
The Sundial Writers Corner is one of WLRH's longest running programs and greatest traditions. For more than 20 years, Sundial has featured prose and poetry submitted by talented Tennessee Valley wordsmiths. Each weekday at 9:30am during Morning Blend and 3:44pm during All Things Considered, a different voice from your community is heard in “The Writers Corner.” Enjoy commentaries, short stories, poems and everything in between, told in the voice of the author. Many of our writers have received awards at the state and national level, while others are exhibiting their creative abilities for the first time.
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Poet James Miller Robinson is in the SUNDIAL Writer's Corner today - recently he and some friends made a pilgrimage to Lynchburg, TN, experiencing the sights, sounds, and smells of a place that has become part of our southern history...
Gail Hopson is in the SUNDIAL Writer's Corner today - during a recent trip to New York City, she and husband Philip climbed up the steps to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, ready to visit old gems and new jewels...
Terri French is in the SUNDIAL Writer's Corner today - she enjoys combining haiku and prose in a form called haibun (boon) - this narrative, Fit to be Tied, is told in the voice of a young Southern boy named JT Blankenship while the haiku are in the voice of the author.
Anita Burt is in the SUNDIAL Writer's Corner today - difficult circumstances a few years ago brought her to enter college as a single mother of 2 - Anita reflects on time spent at her Grandmother's home in Louisville, KY - is she still just a child in the yard?