Lundy told Burton, “One thing that happens to Appalachians and the culture of Appalachia is that we’ve had our story and our voices taken away from us. We have had other people say who we are. We’re not allowed to say who we are ourselves. So, that’s another really important part of this book for me, is that other people’s voices shine through and come through it.”
Lundy will appear at 3 p.m. Sunday at Carmichael’s Bookstore in Louisville. To listen to the audio interview with her click here.