Current Issue Table of Contents

VOLUME 40, NOS. 3 & 4 (Spring-Summer 2013) $20.00 

  • Up No Business Creek by Harold Branam poetry...149
  • Signs of the Times ...150
  • The Poets ...163
  • Standing Proud by David Black poetry...164
  • Notes and Words by Sue Weaver Dunlap poetry...165
  • First Person--The AppalJ of My Eye: From Appalachian Studies to American Studies, and Back by Anna Creadick...166
  • Flyrock by Joseph Bathanti poetry... 172
  • Knead by Sue Weaver Dunlap poetry...173
  • Fifty Years of Appalachian Advocacy: An Interview with Mike Maloney by Thomas E. Wagner, Phillip J. Obermiller, Melinda B. Wagner...174
  • Breakfast by George Ella Lyon poetry... 219
  • “A Combination of Small Town and Long Perspective”: An Interview with Appalachian Writer Meredith Sue Willis by Sarah Dufaure...220
  • First Memory by Rita Quillen poetry...230
  • Bethel: Mountain Tobacco Farming in Western North Carolina by Jonathan Buchanan... 232
  • Lover, Partner, and Parent in James Still’s Chinaberry by Thomas Alan Holmes...266
  • Resisting the Rapture by Gilbert Allen poetry...276
  • Kayford by Joseph Bathanti poetry...285

Review essays

  • The Poetry of Richard Hague: During the Recent Extinctions: New and Selected Poems by Michael Henson...278
  • Artistry and Versatility in Marie Manilla’s Shrapnel and Still Life with Plums by Viki Rouse...286

Reviews

  • Stephen Fisher on Confronting Ecological Crisis in Appalachia and the South edited by Stephanie McSpirit, Lynne Faltraco, and Conner Bailey...294
  • Sarah Mittlefehldt on Spirit of the Appalachian Trail by Susan Power Bratton...296
  • Patrick Bizzaro on Red Holler edited by John Branscum and Wayne Thomas... 297
  • Anita Turpin on Harvest of Fire by Lee Howard... 300
  • William Jolliff on Inhabiting Contemporary Southern and Appalachian Literature by Casey Clabough...302
  • Robert Gipe on Crapalachia: A Biography of a Place by Scott McClannahan...306
  • Carol Boggess on The Hills Remember: The Complete Short Stories by James Still edited by Ted Olson...308
  • Meredith Doster on I’ll Keep On Singing (DVD) produced by Stephen Shearon and Mary Nichols...309
  • Trevor McKenzie on Old-Time Smoky Mountain Music (CD) produced by Ted Olson, Michael Montgomery, Kent Cave, and Steve Kemp... 311
  • John Lang on Descent: Poems by Kathryn Stripling Byer...314
  • William Jolliff on Cold Spring Rising by John York... 317
  • Edwina Pendarvis on Revelations: Poems by Ted Olson... 319
  • William Jolliff on That Was Oasis by Michael McFee... 321

Chronicle ...324

Appalachia By the Numbers ...328

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