Co-founder and co-editor of the Kentuck Feminist Writers Series, Elizabeth Oakes is the author of three volumes of poetry: The Farmgirl Poems, which won the 2004 Pearl Poetry Prize, The Luminescence of All Things Emily, and Mercy in the New World. She has published in such journals as Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, The Louisville Review, Harvard Journal ofFeminist Studies in Religion, and Room of One's Own, among others. She holds the Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University and taught Shakespeare and Women's Poetry at Western Kentucky University until 2009, when she retired to write. She lives in Bowling Green, KY, and Sedona, AZ.
Then at 5:00, I welcome Vermont visual artist Lois Eby, whose work can be seen at The Vermont Arts Council Spotlight Gallery at 136 State Street, from March 3rd until April 22nd. The retrospective, Momentary Dance: Lois Eby 2008-2010, can be seen March 3rd through April 27th. Click HERE to view her artist statement.
So please tune in or log on to Woman-Stirred Radio 4:15 poet Elizabeth Oakes and artist Lois Eby at 5:00.