3/15 Women's Words: Dianna Hunter

Mar 17, 2015

Author Dianna Hunter in the mid-1970s.

Women's Words on March 15, 2015 featured Duluthian Dianna Hunter reading, "Why Not Minot?" an excerpt from a memoir in progress.

Recently retired from coordinating the Women's and Gender Studies program at UW-Superior, Dianna Hunter gardens, catches rainwater, and shovels snow on the Duluth hillside. A former dairy farmer, farmer's advocate, and participant in back-to-the-land, lesbian-feminist farm experiments, she is also the author of a book of oral history accounts of the 1980s farm crisis, Breaking Hard Ground: Stories of the Minnesota Farm Advocates, and of fiction, nonfiction, and journalism published in various national and regional journals.

Funding for Women's Words is provided by The Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

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