This week on Something from Nothing is author and professor Crystal Wilkinson. On the show she discusses her book Water Street and common misconceptions she faces as an author. Crystal ends the episode by talking about a unique location she wrote much of Water Street.
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This week on Something from Nothing is the story of fiber artist and instructor Lauren Taylor. Lauren discusses how she got into sewing, knitting, and teaching. Also, hear about Google coming to Lauren for information.
On the show this week Paul Lorenz, an abstract artist, discusses his story to becoming a professional artist. He also describes the evolution that occured that led him to music composition and what drew him to move from San Francisco to Paducah.
This week on Something From Nothing is the story of how Andy Carloss started Midtown Market. The entrepenuer shares what brought him back to Kentucky from living in Boston operating in the tech world to open a grocery store.
This week on Something from Nothing, a movie maker who also creates beats. Kasper-an alias that he explains in the episode-talks about how a major loss in his life caused him to nearly quit making music but in the end, inspired him.
On Something from Nothing this week, we hear from published poet Amelia Martens. Amelia talks about publication from the perspective of an author. She gives insight on how being a poet was different after the success of having her first book published.
Amelia talks about her first recollection of using poetry. She describes this fascinating story about how she used writing a poem as a means of dealing with an emotionally overwhelming moment. This process of using poetry continues today.