Issue Volume: 20Number: 2Issue: WinterYear: 1993Price: $10 each Contents "Mountain Echoes of the African Banjo" by Cecelia Conway; "Unpacking Pinckney in Poland" by John Alexander Williams; "The Low-Down on a High Place: Family Matters in Heathen Valley" by D.F. Hurley; an interview with Daniel Boyd. Reviews by Charles Alan Watkins (Cabins in the Laurel by Muriel Earley Sheppard), Meredith Sue Willis (The Unquiet Earth by Denise Giardina), Barbara Smith (A Sheltered Life by Harry Dean), Victor M. Depta (Letourneau's Used Auto Parts by Carolyn Chute), William E. Lightfoot (Coon Creek Girl by Lily May Ledford), Steve Fisher (The Appalachian Regional Commission: Twenty-Five Years of Government Policy by Michael Bradshaw), Cecelia Conway (Morgan Sexton: Banjo Player From Bull Creek directed by Anne Johnson), and Ivan M. Tribe (Rebel Goes to Compact Disc). Poetry by George Scarbrough ("Lee's Funeral" and "Fingerposts") and Hilda Downer ("Every open space fills with sky"). "Signs of the Times" and the "Chronicle."