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|Anthony Fife and his family|
|Melva Sue Priddy|
Melva Sue Priddy, a native Kentuckian, earned degrees in English/Education from Berea College and The University of Kentucky, before earning an MFA. Her poems witness survivance and growth, bringing to light truths that arise out of felt experience. In addition to poems, she creates gardens, quilts, and some rustic woodwork. Her poetry can be found in ABZ, Accents Publishing’s LexPoMo, Blood Lotus, The Louisville Review, Poet Lore, Motif Anthologies, The Single Hound, and Still. Melva’s interest in poetry, while broad, gravitates to lyrical and narrative poems of people and place with voices that speak of the common extraordinary.
|Nancy Chen Long|