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Amelia Martens on Western Kentucky identity

Amelia Martens, a writer based in Paducah, was Robert's guest this week. She spoke about Western Kentucky identity, including her perspective on the evolving political identity of the region, and what parts of the region inspire her writing. Plus the story of Chad Meredith, and a few Quick Hits.

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Amelia Martens, a poet and prose writer based in Paducah, was Robert's guest this week. She spoke about Western Kentucky identity, including why she moved to Western Kentucky as an adult, what she believes "Western Kentucky" encompasses, her perspective on the evolving political identity of the region, and what parts of the region inspire her writing.

In addition, Robert updated the story about Chad Meredith, and did a few Quick Hits.

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Robert Kahne

Robert is a graduate of UK's Martin School for Public Policy. He works as a data scientist in Louisville, where he lives w/ wife Kelsey and their daughter. (Read the rest on the Contributors page.)

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