Country’s Wild (Wood) Child

By Baker Maultsby Elizabeth Cook, who grew up singing as a child in central Florida, has carved out her space as a singer, radio deejay, and tv personality. Nashville singer-songwriter Elizabeth Cook was discovered at age 4 by her first booking agent and promoter—her mother Joyce. “One day I heard her out in the yard—she […]

Discovering Identity Through Vocation

Discovering Identity Through Vocation

Dena Givari was only nine months old when her mother relocated her and her sisters to France, leaving her dad to work as an attorney in Iran. For the next seven years, the family traveled back and forth between two worlds—both of which were fixated on the female form, though from utterly opposing perspectives.