Writers Colony at Dairy Hollow

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The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs is hosting its final summer “Words in the Garden” literary reading series with an open mic event this Wednesday evening at 4:30 inside the shady Carnegie Library Garden located at 188 Spring Street. Writers, poets and songwriters are welcome to present. To learn more visit writerscolony.org/events.

We conclude our conversation with Janele George, a writer and associate law professor at Georgetown University. She is the Illuminating Black Lives fellowship recipient at The Writers' Colony of Dairy Hollow. She discusses how writing can inform and enlighten.

Writing to Remember

Jul 9, 2021

Janele George is the recipient of the Illuminating Black Lives Fellowship from the Writers' Colony of Dairy Hollow. She'll lead a workshop tomorrow at the Fayetteville Public Library, sponsored by the Washington County Remembrance Project, titled Story as Memorial: Writing to Remember. We met her at the Writers' Colony this week to talk about her writing, the workshop and more.

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Kansas writer and poet Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg occasionally retreats to the Writers Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs.  We met up with her recently to record her reading a poem about getting through hard things.

The Writers' Colony At Dairy Hollow

In this Community Spotlight, Pete Hartman interviews Michelle Hannon, the Executive Director at The Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow to discuss their latest fellowship. The newest fellowship aims to help authors seeking to express their love for nature, and the environment. To learn about their latest fellowship, go here.