Bonnie Stanard discusses What Missing Means and more - LibraryVoicesSC Podcast Episode 45

image of Bonnie Stanard with Andersen Cook for Speaker @ the Center

Dr. Curtis Rogers talks to South Carolina author, Bonnie Stanard about her novel, What Missing Means, as well as her poetry and her upcoming novel. Bonnie, who grew up in rural South Carolina, moved away after college and married Douglas Stanard of LaSalle, Illinois. Before her husband's retirement, her family lived in Chicago, Brussels, Atlanta, and Richmond. She has edited several regional publications, and her poetry has appeared in literary journals such as Harpur Palate, Slipstream, and The Griffin. Upon retirement, she and her husband moved to South Carolina where they currently reside in Lexington. She has published four antebellum novels and two historical fiction novels and has also published a children's picture book. She is a member of the Columbia II chapter of the SC Writers Association. Listen online at PodbeanStitcher, or TuneIn Radio today! 


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