Novelist Barbara Kingsolver, left, talked with poet Nikki Finney at the Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame ceremony in February at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning. Kingsolver was inducted into the Hall of Fame, and Finney read from the work of another inductee, Gayl Jones.
Novelist Barbara Kingsolver, left, talked with poet Nikki Finney at the Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame ceremony in February at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning. Kingsolver was inducted into the Hall of Fame, and Finney read from the work of another inductee, Gayl Jones. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com
Novelist Barbara Kingsolver, left, talked with poet Nikki Finney at the Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame ceremony in February at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning. Kingsolver was inducted into the Hall of Fame, and Finney read from the work of another inductee, Gayl Jones. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com

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