Hope Nisly

Valley Writers Read
10:26 am
Wed February 12, 2014

Hope Nisly's 'Milk Run' on Valley Writers Read

This week on Valley Writers Read, we hear a story by Hope Nisly titled "Milk Run." Austin and Jed escape from the half-way house in which they're incarcerated and live in the mountains selling pine cones to vacationers.  But they get re-arrested and soon find themselves being transported back to prison.  They try to tip over the van they're in, but don't succeed.  So now face many more years of imprisonment.

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Valley Writers Read
12:46 pm
Tue January 8, 2013

Hope Nisly's "Whack Her Good, Lord!" on Valley Writers Read

Reedley author Hope Nisly reads her own story,“Whack Her Good, Lord!" on this week's edition of Valey Writers Read. The story is about Ivanna, who in her youth comes down with an ear malignancy that the doctors can't cure.  We catch up with her in middle age.  At this juncture, we find her working in a restaurant where a religious group meets every week.  Somehow they find out about her hearing problem and try to help her by “laying on hands.” 

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Arts & Culture
3:49 pm
Wed October 3, 2012

Hope Nisly's "Morning in America" on Valley Writers Read

On this edition of Valley Writers Read, author Hope Nisly shares with listeners her poignant and moving experiences as an intake receptionist at an emergency shelter in Oakland.

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Hope Nisly
1:10 pm
Wed November 2, 2011

Hope Nisly's "Cousins" on Valley Writers Read

On this edition of Valley Writers Read, author Hope Nisly recalls her childhood. Growing up with six cousins in a small Iowa town, Hope remembers the assassination of President Kennedy and the night on the couch following the shooting of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.