Beth Ann Fennelly has written four books in the last decade, working in creative partnership with her husband, novelist Tom Franklin. Born in New Jersey and raised in Illinois, she talks about her relocation to Mississippi and how the south now reverberates in her work.
By New Letters on the Air
Kansas City, MO – In this edition of New Letters on the Air, Fennelly also discusses her life as a poet, teacher, and now, mother. She reads from her poetry books, "Tender Hooks," "Open House," and "Unmentionables," and talks about her book of non-fiction, "Great With Child: Letters to a Young Mother."
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