Volume 28 No. 2

Volume: 
28
Number: 
2
Issue: 
Winter
Year: 
2001
Price: 
$10 each

"Appalachian History: Regional History in the Post-Modern Zone" by John Alexander Williams; "The Feminine Mystique and Elizabeth Madox Roberts" by Gina Herring; "Latino Hillbilly: An Interview with Marcos McPeek Villatoro" interviewed by Jim Minick; "You Can't Get There From Here" by Robert Morgan. Poetry by Linda Parsons Marion ("Genealogy") and Jeff Daniel Marion ("Writing Spider" and "Basic Math"). Reviews by Fred Chappell (Among the Believers by Ron Rash), Terry Roberts (O Lost, by Thomas Wolfe edited by Arlyn and Matthew J. Bruccoli), Candie Carawan (Mountains of Music by John Lilly), Betty Smith (Bound for Shady Grove by Steven Harvey), John Inscoe (Sisters of Providence by Allen Paul Speer with Janet Barton Speer), Kathryn Staley (Rebels in Blue by Peter Stevens), Chad Montrie (To Save the Land and People, directed by Anne Lewis), Mark Sohn (Smokehouse Ham, Spoon Bread & Scuppernong wine by Joseph Dabney), and Merikay Waldvogel (West Virginia Quiltmakers by Fawn Valentine); Photography by David Underwood. With the "Signs of the Times" and "Chronicle."

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Contact

Sandra L Ballard, Editor
Belk Library, Box 32026
Appalachian State University
Boone, NC 28608
phone: 828-262-4072
fax: 828-262-2553
ballardsl@appstate.edu

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