Recording Oral History

Writing oral histories is a project of the heart. An author is struck with a strong desire to write the life of another in that other’s words because they find something colorful, endearing and valuable about that person’s experiences. This kind of writing, which contains as little interference as possible from the author’s updated mind, … Continue reading

About Nancy Rekow

Nancy Rekow has served as a poet in the schools, taught writing in community colleges, and directed the Northwest Poets & Artists Calendar project for Bainbridge Island Arts & Humanities Council. She is co-founder of NW Trillium Press, which published a 3rd edition of Minnie Rose Lovgreen’s Recipe for Raising Chickens and Far As I Can Remember: An Immigrant Woman’s Story, 1888-1975

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