Author and Appalachian historian Luke Bauserman joins me today to talk about the importance of preserving regional myths and legends, the roots of folk stories, the uniqueness of the Appalachian region, writing and publishing fiction rooted in local traditions, and much more.
About Luke Bauserman:
Luke Bauserman was born and raised in the Appalachian foothills of southeastern Ohio. He has worked as a paperboy, a vending machine stocker, and an aide in a nursing home. He currently is a dental student. Luke writes about rural history, American folklore, and backwoods strangeness on his blog, The Weekly Holler (www.theweeklyholler.com).
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