COVID Oral Histories

Wearing a red and black plaid jacket, Poet and Jackson County Resident Louise Morgan Runyon looks at a grove of trees.
Courtesy Foxfire Museum

For some artists, the pandemic was a time for creation and reflection. As part of BPR and Foxfire Museum's oral history project Jackson County poet Louise Runyon shared her poetry about pandemic - and her family connection to Western North Carolina. 

She was interviewed by Foxfire Museum curator Kami Ahrens in March 2021.