Interview with Barbara Kingsolver, April 13, 2016

Project: Kentucky Writers: Kentucky Writers On The Land Oral History Project

Interview Summary

Barbara Kingsolver speaks about her experiences growing up, growing food, and farming. She reflects on how her personal identities as both a farmer and a scientist influence her writing, and talks about how rural places and her experiences of farming mirror the sense of story involved in agrarian writing.

Interview Accession

2016oh080_kw140

Interviewee Name

Barbara Kingsolver

Interviewer Name

Arwen Donahue

Interview Date

2016-04-13

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Kingsolver, Barbara Interview by Arwen Donahue. 13 Apr. 2016. Lexington, KY: Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries.

Kingsolver, B. (2016, April 13). Interview by A. Donahue. Kentucky Writers: Kentucky Writers On The Land Oral History Project. Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries, Lexington.

Kingsolver, Barbara, interview by Arwen Donahue. April 13, 2016, Kentucky Writers: Kentucky Writers On The Land Oral History Project, Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries.





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