Darlene Franklin-Campbell is an award-winning author, artist and educator from southern Kentucky.
Her work has appeared in Enlightenment Nourishing the Sacred Within, Scruffy Dog Review, Taproot Literary Journal, the New Madrid Journal, COAL: an Anthology, and multiple other publications. Her novels are available at most online bookstores.
Her paintings are currently a part of the traveling exhibit, Native Reflections, hosted by the Kentucky Arts Council and the Kentucky Native American Heritage Council.
Darlene holds a M.A. from Lindsey Wilson College but has also done post-graduate work at Western Kentucky University and is an alumni of Campbellsville University. She is a member of the Elizabeth Maddox Roberts Society, the Adair County Arts Council, The Adair County Genealogical Society, The Green County Genealogical Society, Phi Theta Kappa, and the Mysterium Society (a linguistic high IQ society).
In her paintings and her writings she seeks to capture the spirit of natural world and the nature of the spiritual world.