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Wanda Johnson-Hall, actor, writer, and consultant


Wanda Johnson-Hall

Wanda Johnson-Hall has been writing since she was 10 years old and growing up in East St. Louis, IL. Now an award-winning columnist, she touches thousands monthly with her common-sense style of writing. She also performs as an actress, both professionally and on a volunteer basis; serves on the board of directors for the Louisville Arts Council; and acts as the council’s public relations chair and board secretary.

detail from book cover Wanda released her first book of poetry, You Can Be, in 1992. Her second, I Am Not a Poet, was published in January 2003. She also has been working on a novel based on her own experiences. Titled Man Made by a Woman, Made by a Man, it is due to be released in 2005.

Beyond that, Wanda’s plans include launching her own publishing company and pursuing a master’s degree in business while continuing her writing, acting, and art consultation work.

You can contact Wanda at WandaJohnson@insightbb.com.



Program 618

“The Junkman,” a Louisville native who teaches students to make music with found objects; Louisville poet Wanda Johnson-Hall; and Yaya Diallo, a Bellarmine University professor who is an internationally known master drummer. (#618)

Program 633

The Junkman, a Louisville native who teaches students to make music from found objects; Louisville poet Wanda Johnson-Hall; and Yaya Diallo, a Bellarmine University professor who is an internationally known master drummer. (#633)

Program 810

Louisville author Wanda Johnson-Hall, the work of Transylvania University art professor Louise Calvin, and nature photographer Bruce McElya. Musical guests include singer-songwriter Janice Pruitt and guitarist Richard Goering. (#810)





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