Writer Spotlight: Ada Limón

Ada Limón is a poet whose unique voice has spurred the creation of four books of poetry, and has also garnered critical acclaim and multiple awards. Her most recent book of poetry, Bright Dead Things, was not only a Finalist for the 2015 National Book Award in Poetry, but was also awarded the 2015 National Book Critics Circle Award, and was inducted into the Top Ten Poetry Books of the Year by The New York Times.

Nicole Solakiewicz's Top Ten Things I'll Miss About Kentucky

Top 10 Things I’ll Miss About Kentucky:

 

1.     The University of Kentucky
More than anything else I’ll miss being an undergraduate student at UK. As far as colleges go, I’d say it’s one of the best.

2.     All of the people I’ve met
I’ve met some of the best people in Kentucky (both in and out of Lexington), who make it hard to say goodbye. Kentuckians have a way of making you feel at home.

John Duncan's Top 10 Worst Dreams

We've all had some pretty terrible dreams, but John, our intern liasion and one of our Limestone editors, has a running list of his worst dreams to date. Check out his list below.
 

1. 02/10/2016

2. 07/07/1993

3. 05/14/1981

4. 12/27/1989

5. 08/20/2008

6. 02/23/1996 (this one was really weird)

7. 01/03/1978

8. 05/09/1985

9. 09/30/1991

10. 10/13/2014

What do you think? Sounds like a good writing prompt to me.

Winner of the Gurney Norman Prize for Fiction!

First, we would like to thank EVERYBODY who submitted their work to this contest. It has been a joy to read all of your stories, and to see firsthand the amount of talent and creativity from so many young Appalachian writers. It was a very hard decision to narrow down, but we have finally chosen our winner! Without further ado, please join us in congratulating, Kimn Hinkson!
 

Ten Facts about Senior Editor, Sarah Abbott!

Meet Sarah!

1. I'm bad at putting things together (think IKEA and postal boxes) but good at organizing things (ALL the to-do lists and spreadsheets).

2. On my "favorites" playlist: Sara Bareilles, Adele, Taylor Swift, Ingrid Michaelson. Partially because they're fun to sing along with in the car, and I apparently can't go anywhere without singing the whole way. (I'm sometimes hoarse at the end of road trips.)

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