Artist and Researcher

Media / Press

Media / Press

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Talking with 93.9 "The Ville" about the "Voices of Change" writing contest, hosted by Sarabande Books and the UofL Youth Violence Prevention Research Center, and the resulting anthology: "The Almost Mothers of the Greater Louisville Metropolitan Area."

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Performing with Hannah Drake's art-as-healing event at Louisville's 'Festival of Faiths,' April 2018

LouisvilleMagazine

Louisville Magazine + Poetry in Detention

Louisville Magazine wrote about Tasha's workshop in Louisville's Youth Detention Services in July 2017, and shared 10 of their poems.
Workshop in partnership with Sarabande Writing Labs.

GirlsBecomePoets

WFPL + Poetry in Detention

WFPL wrote about my workshop in Louisville's Youth Detention Services in July 2017. Click here to give it a read!

LEO+Ellery

LEO Weekly + Ellery

LEO Weekly gave Ellery's "Do Your Worst" their vote for best local songs in June 2017. Read their writeup here, and give the album a listen here!

OLOS Review

Love for the new EP

The Daily Country had praise for Ellery's "Over Land Over Sea;" check out the full review here.

CityBeat OYHH

CityBeat + Poetry

CityBeat interviewed Tasha after Once You Had Hands was nominated for the 2016 Ohioana Book Award in Poetry.

WVXU+MW+TG

Tasha Golden + Michael Wilson Interview

Once You Had Hands is graced by stunning photos by renowned photographer Michael Wilson. He and Tasha spoke with Ron Esposito at WVXU about how the book came together.

WVXU OYHH+Ellery

WVXU, Poetry, & Ellery

Ellery stopped by WVXU's studios when Once You Had Hands came out, to talk about the new book, play some songs, and promote their book/music release show. You can hear the interview here.

CitybeatLove

CityBeat + Ellery

CityBeat published a feature story about Ellery's previous record, produced by Grammy-winner Malcolm Burn.

MMusicWriteup

M Music & Musicians love

M gave Ellery some love for "This Isn't Over Yet."

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New Hampshire Public Radio

NHPR interviewed Tasha in 2014 about her piece for Ploughshares -- and why Tasha had argued that idealizing childhood may be problematic. You can hear the interview here! (Scroll down to the segment.)

BustleShoutout

Bustle shout-out

Tasha's article for the Ethos Review got a shout-out in this Bustle Magazine article about sexism in country music.