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Kimberly Castillo

On this episode of The 3rd Story on Words on a Wire, host Tim Z. Hernandez speaks with Kimberly Castillo, a writer, yoga instructor, and practitioner of ancestral plant medicine.

Originally from Corpus Christi, Texas, Castillo currently resides in Boulder, Colorado, where she attained her MFA in Creative Writing from Naropa University. She is currently working on a collection of short stories, and is involved in numerous projects that utilize writing and indigenous practices to empower our communities.

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Originally aired on April 28, 2024

Tim Z. Hernandez is a poet, novelist and performance artist. He is the recipient of an American Book Award for poetry, the Zora Neal Hurston Award, the Premio Aztlan Prize for fiction, a Colorado Book Award for poetry, and the International Latino Book Award for historical fiction.
Will Rose is a longtime technology and marketing executive based out of NYC and Texas. He is the co-founder of Words on a Wire’s publishing imprint, eRadical Books, and now spearheads marketing strategy for the Words on a Wire podcast. He also serves as Chief Technology Officer at the EdTech startup, Student Select, and as Head of Data Science at the artificial intelligence company, Harqen AI.
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