Sundial Writers Corner (TN Valley writers podcast)
The Sundial Writers Corner is one of WLRH's longest running programs and greatest traditions. For more than 20 years, Sundial has featured prose and poetry submitted by talented Tennessee Valley wordsmiths. Each weekday at 9:30am during Morning Blend and 3:44pm during All Things Considered, a different voice from your community is heard in “The Writers Corner.” Enjoy commentaries, short stories, poems and everything in between, told in the voice of the author. Many of our writers have received awards at the state and national level, while others are exhibiting their creative abilities for the first time.
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"...and when I woke up, there he was, sitting on the foot of the bed" was the essential phrase used by Judy Cameron in the first ever SUNDIAL Writing Contest years and years ago - Judy was declared the winner!
During the holiday season, many families find themselves headed for Disney World, and SUNDIAL Writer Rebecca Moore was no exception. She kept a detailed journal of her Disney experience, and today we'll hear her final impressions of the Magic Kingdom...
When SUNDIAL writer Rita Monteiro and husband Hubert were on a holiday in the south of France a few years ago, they were privileged to be on the receiving end of a true love story which Rita has chosen to call Love Above the Clouds -
SUNDIAL writer Patti Patrick faced a real dilemma a few years back - what would you do should you discover a weary Santa taking a nap in your bedroom? Patti had a quick solution, and she's agreed to share it with us!
Susan Luther is especially grateful to be a part of the Coweeta Poets, who are working on a presentation and collection of poems that give voice to women who've been silenced by tradition. In the SUNDIAL Writer's Corner today, here's Susan reading her poem, "Tree of Life."
Becky Dethero grew up in East TN, and enjoys sharing memories of her upbringing in the Appalachian foothills - in the SUNDIAL Writer's Corner today, Becky remembers fireflies and oil lamps, all bringing light.