Andrew Vaught

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Andrew Vaught is the Hendrix Murphy Visiting Fellow in Theatre Arts at Hendrix College. He grew up in Covington, Louisiana, where he learned how to make theatre in a barn with a tin roof. And wasp nests. He was the co-founder and co-artistic director of the Cripple Creek Theatre Company, an anarcho-syndicalist performance troupe in…

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Julianne Dunn

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Julianne Dunn is an educator, a program manager, and a facilitator. She loves a good story and believes in the power of sharing a person or community’s story to develop connection and to lead to further collaboration and innovation. She’s excited to share her best friend Teresa’s story about her childhood ghost for The Yarn’s…

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Jason Woods

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Jason Woods is a writer and editor for Heifer International in Little Rock, Arkansas. He grew up in Stillwater, Oklahoma. For as long as he can remember, he’s been fascinated by the supernatural. At The Yarn, Jason told the tale of what just might have been a run-in with a vengeful poltergeist in Edinburgh’s most…

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Gabe Gentry

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After receiving a degree in digital film production from U.C.A, Gabe joined the Arkansas Educational Telecommunications Network as Executive Producer for AETN’s World War II Oral Histories Project: “In Their Words.” Over the course of five years, he and his archiving team rescued more than 500 hours of primary source World War II visual history.…

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Emily Wernsdorfer

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Emily Wernsdorfer is originally from York, Pennsylvania. She has been living in Arkansas for over ten years and is the program director at Ferncliff Camp & Conference Center in Little Rock. Since she was young, she has always loved spending time outdoors, and feels so lucky to have made a career out of camping. One…

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