Dialogues with Creators

by Barbara Graham Tucker

Explores the work and lives of creators and creative people in the Northwest Georgia and Tennessee valley region. We feature guests in a variety of creative fields ranging anywhere from writers, comedians, actors, and more. Listen as we discuss the way creativity can surprise us.

Podcast episodes

  • Season 5

  • Emily Steele

    Emily Steele

    In this episode, we hear from local filmmaker Emily Steele, of Jasper Tennesssee as she discusses the process of making her independent film, Goodnight August, and her inspirations as a filmmaker.

  • Jerry Drye & Clint Kinkead

    Jerry Drye & Clint Kinkead

    Professor Jerry Drye joined us again on this episode to discuss an exciting upcoming event that kicks off Comedy Month. Listen as he discusses some benefits of humor, what it means to him, and how he used his creativity to make others laugh. Later, Clint Kinkead, communication professor at Dalton State, joins to share some funny stories that have and continue to resonate with students over the years. Make sure to stop by Mr. Drye's comedy event on April 1st at 7 PM in the Dalton State College Library!

  • Richard Herder

    Richard Herder

    On this episode, we are joined by Richard Herder, author, researcher, and professor with an extensive history teaching in institutions both big and small across the country. Join us as we discuss his ethnographic experience studying the storytelling strategies of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers among other interesting topics. Find out how you can support this podcast at https://gofund.me/3228baa4

  • Kenyon Henry & Terri Bonds

    Kenyon Henry & Terri Bonds

    In this episode, we hear from local filmmaker Kenyon Henry and actress Terri Bonds. Kenyon shares with us the process for making a faith-based film and how his experience as a novel writer influenced his endeavor in screenwriting. Terri talks about her experience as an actress and why she feels faith-based films are an exciting new avenue for actors. Find out how you can support this podcast at https://gofund.me/3228baa4

  • Andrew Bullard

    Andrew Bullard

    In this episode, we hear from local filmmaker Andrew Bullard, of Access Control. Andrew will explain the hurdles for making an independent film and how he came to film-making; also he talks about the film community in Chattanooga and resources. Support the podcast here: https://gofund.me/3228baa4