Narrated by Lucinda Gainey
Gainey brings 35 years of experience in theatre and classical training to her voice acting career. Her extensive work with classical playwrights has given her an advantage in analyzing and performing advertising copy.
Associate Producer, Jennifer New
New directs the University of Iowa Obermann Center’s communications and assists with program management, outreach, and event planning. An accomplished writer, she is the author of three books, Dan Eldon: Safari as a Way of Life (Chronicle Books, 2011) being the most recent.
Associate Producer, Kecia Lynn
Lynn is the former coordinator of the IWP’s Between the Lines prpgram. Lynn’s prose has appeared in Black-Eyed Peas for the Soul and Ducts, and she wrote and read a personal narrative that aired on WBEZ-FM as part of the yearly multimedia public affairs series Chicago Matters. She was also the host of “Conversations from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop,” a television show airing monthly on the Big Ten Network that featured one-on-one interviews with well-known fiction writers.
Historical Research by Rachael Carlson
Carlson is the operations manager of the Iowa City UNESCO City of Literature. She has degrees in Cinema and Photography and History and enjoys working on documentary films.
Special thanks to Susan Shullaw, Diane Johnson and Jeanette Pilak