Listening to rural voices and combatting classism in Woodland, NC.

In the second of three special episodes from northeastern North Carolina, Amelia speaks to Ashleigh Bryant Phillips about her hometown of Woodland, NC, how her writing has developed there, and why we should be listening to and cultivating the creativity of rural voices.

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Ashleigh on Instagram and Twitter

And find:

Ashleigh’s writing here
More about Annie Hooper here
Ashleigh’s collaboration with Sam Leidig here
And Kiese Laymon’s Heavy (which Ashleigh also mentioned)


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