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Colleen Anderson owns Mother Wit Writing and Design, a creative studio in Charleston. In addition to essays, she writes poems, fiction, nonfiction, and songs. Two of her essays for West Virginia Public Radio have earned national awards from Public Radio News Directors Incorporated (PRINDI). See more of Colleen’s work by visiting her website.
The West Virginia Humanities Council, publishers of e-WV, and West Virginia Public Broadcasting have created two-minute radio segments for "This Week in West Virginia History" to introduce listeners to important people, places, and events in Mountain State history. Each daily segment is keyed to the actual date in history on which it occurred. The radio scripts, drawn from the content of e-WV, were written by historian Stan Bumgardner and produced by West Virginia Public Broadcasting's Operations Director, Bob Powell. Our composer, Matt Jackfert, composed the original theme music for the program.
Author and storyteller Colleen Anderson serves as the on-air voice. "This Week" airs Monday through Friday, both morning and afternoon during the news.