Bio for 2020

Leatha Kendrick is the author of five poetry collections, most recently And Luckier, from Accents Publishing. She has led community-based workshops in poetry and life writing and mentored writers for more than twenty years in Kentucky and Appalachia. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Tar River Poetry, New Madrid Review, the Southern Poetry Review, the James Dickey Review, Appalachian Journal, Still: An Online Journal, the Baltimore Review, The Southern Women’s Review, and in anthologies including The Southern Poetry Anthology, Volume 3—Contemporary Appalachia; and What Comes Down to Us – Twenty-Five Contemporary Kentucky Poets. She lives and writes in Lexington, Kentucky.

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