Meet the Herd: Conversations with Candace Wade
In this episode, Lisa and Julianne introduce listeners to another member of the EQUUS Herd, author Candace Wade. Candace wrote the book Horse Sluts - The Saga of Two Women on the Trail of Their Yeehaw. She has contributed to Horse Nation, Mature Lifestyles, Riding and Writing, LivFun and The Tennessean. Candace writes political diatribe, wrote "Hillary's View" pet column and four unpublished film scripts.
2017 Essay of the Year – “Sublime vs Ridiculous-Odysseo vs Walking Horse Celebration”
Nominated: Best Staff Column of 2017 – “Saving Theo”
Essay of the Year 2017 -- “Sublime vs Ridiculous-Odysseo vs Walking Horse Celebration"
Best Mini-Series of 2017 – “Odysseo Comes to Nashville”
"WINNIE" Award Winner for journalism - magazine -- EQUUS Film Festival NYC 2017 for "ODYSSEO Comes to Nashville" series for Horse Nation
"WINNIE" Award Winner for journalism - magazine -- EQUUS Film Festival NYC 2016 for "Saving Theo" series for Horse Nation
About "Horse Sluts"
A swelling number of horse riders aren't nubile nymphs and don't start riding as toddlers. Horse Sluts - The Saga of Two Women on the Trail of Their Yeehaw winks at mid-life riders who relate to the feeling "when memories of who we were and what we used to do smash at our egos like bugs on a windshield."
Available on Amazon, Northshire Bookstore - Saratoga Springs, True West Equestrian Campground and Mercantile
Contact Candace Wace at firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about Julianne and her partner Bruce Anderson, tune in to "Whinny Tales: Horse Stories, Pony Legends and Unicorn Yarns," the official podcast of Nature's View and The Marley Project. You can find Whinny Tales on all of the major podcast directories. You can also visit www.naturesview.us or www.equusfilmfestivalcamden.com to find out more about their Camden Tour Stop for the festival.
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