Mtn. Talk: Carter Sickels & "The Prettiest Star"

In this episode we hear from Carter Sickels about his second novel "The Prettiest Star." Set in 1986, the book tells the story of a young gay man living with HIV who leaves New York City and moves in with his family in rural Appalachian Ohio. Sickels reads from the novel, talks about his writing process, and describes the experience of getting to watch his first novel "The Evening Hour" come to life on film.

Ask Us Your Questions About Coronavirus In The Ohio Valley

By Staff

The Ohio Valley ReSource and its seven partner stations in Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia have mobilized to cover the coronavirus pandemic health threat and the profound effects it is having on how we live in the region. This is an anxious, bewildering time, and we know you have a lot of questions. We want to help answer them. Ask your question below and the ReSource journalists will try their very best to find an answer.

Some Basics You Need To Know

Kentucky Official Information Concerning COVID-19

Updated information on testing and confirmed cases of coronavirus in Kentucky, as well as actions to limit the spread of the virus, resources for services and economic support, and a hotline number for those who think they may have been exposed.

Ohio Official Coronavirus/COVID-19 Resource Site

Updated information on testing and confirmed cases of coronavirus in Ohio, as well as actions to limit the spread of the virus, resources for services and economic support, and a hotline number for those who think they may have been exposed.

West Virginia Official Information on Coronavirus/COVID-19

Updated information on testing and confirmed cases of coronavirus in West Virginia, as well as actions to limit the spread of the virus, resources for services and economic support, and a hotline number for those who think they may have been exposed.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Information on Coronavirus