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Sat, Aug 15, 2020
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A Conversation on Writing with Denise Giardina
(Educational Opportunity)

Often labelled an Appalachian writer, or a historical novelist, Denise Giardina describes herself as a theological writer, exploring fundamental issues of faith and belief through literary characters.

Born and raised in the West Virginia coalfields, Giardina is an ordained Episcopal Church deacon, a community activist and a former candidate for the WV state governorship.

Her novels, fictionalizing historical characters and events, have been critically acclaimed and recognised with a number of literary prizes.

She is the author of Storming Heaven (1987), The Unquiet Earth (1992), and Emily's Ghost: A Novel of the Bronte Sisters (2009), among others.

Location: Appalachian Center
Price: Free
Sponsor: Denise Giardina
Contact: Heather Dent
E-Mail denth@berea.edu
859-985-3140
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