The Bidwell Hollow blog publishes author and poet interviews. These insightful interviews introduce readers to writers they may not have read.
Plus, the interviews illuminate a literary artist’s work. If you’re a writer or poet who’s interested in being featured on the blog, please contact Bidwell Hollow.
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I, Nicholas Barron, started BH in January 2018 as a daily blog and podcast. My initial goal was to fill the void left by a temporary closure of The Writer’s Almanac.
Since that time, BH has gone through a few iterations, including a podcast. But now I’m keeping BH’s focus on helping people discover authors and poets.
Bidwell Hollow is committed to inclusion across gender, age, race, religion, orientation, identity, and experience.
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Where is Bidwell Hollow
Bidwell Hollow is a rugged valley in the eastern fingers of Missouri’s Ozarks. Located in Ste. Genevieve County, the hollow is near the small farm where Nick grew up. Bidwell Holler, as it’s known to locals, is protected public land that’s part of Mark Twain National Forest.
About Nicholas Barron
Nicholas Barron is the founder and operator of Bidwell Hollow, LLC.
Nick is fascinated by the lives of creative people, including the incidents, relationships, and seemingly random occurrences that impact their work. He enjoys sharing these stories and helping highlight the work of poets and authors.
Nick grew up on a small Missouri farm. His parents live there still today.
In addition to Bidwell Hollow, Nick works as a digital marketing and communications professional in Washington, DC. He likes hiking, tennis, running, writing, and reading books and poetry.
Nick’s favorite authors include Willa Cather, James Baldwin, and Cormac McCarthy. And among his favorite poets are Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Frost.