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Kentucky author Kay Gill gives election night reading at LWC

Photo accompanies this articleBy Duane Bonifer, Lindsey Wilson College

While much of Adair County was eagerly awaiting 2006 election results, about 25 members of the Lindsey Wilson College community welcomed Kentucky author Kay Gill for a reading from her debut novel, Mirel's Daughter, in W.W. Slider Humanities Center Recital Hall.

In addition to reading several excerpts from her novel, Gill explained how she came to write it. The novel is based on the life of Gill's late mother, who emigrated from the Ukraine to America following World War I.




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Kay Gill gives election night reading of novel



2006-11-09 - Slider Hall, LWC - Photo by Duane Bonifer. Lindsey Wilson College Photograph.
Kentucky author Kay Gill, far right, is flanked by Lindsey Wilson College Associate Professor of English Morris A. Grubbs and Lindsey Wilson First Lady Elise Luckey. At far left is Gill's husband, George. Gill read from her debut novel, Mirel's Daughter, on Tuesday night in W.W. Slider Humanities Center Recital Hall.

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