Poetry by John York ("Finches, Phoebes, Starlings?"), Jane Hicks ("James Still Leaves Wolfpen"), Jeff Mann ("Ramps," "Helvetia" and "In Memoriam: Muriel Miller Dressler"), Richard Hague ("George Ella Lyon Has A Vision of Jim Wayne Miller in Heaven"), Brooke Calton ("The Moving Mountain").
"Appalachia and the South-Collective Memory, Identity, and Representation" by Larry J. Griffin and Ashley B. Thompson, Three Responses to Griffin & Thompson: "Insularity, Advocacy, and Postmodernism in Appalachian Studies" by Dwight B. Billings; "Looking for Common Ground" by Chad Berry; "Encouraging Cross-Pollination" by John C. Inscoe. "Place, Power, and Pedadogy in Appalachia": Review Essay by Alan Banks and Anne Blakeney.
Reviews by Chad Berry (A History of Appalachia by Richard B. Drake); Trent Alexander (Appalachian Odyssey: Historical Perspectives on the Great Migration edited by Phillip J. Obermiller, Thomas E. Wagner, and E. Bruce Tucker); Carrie Holthouser (Ashe County's Civil War: Community and Society in the Appalachian South by Martin Crawford); Harriette C. Buchanan (Memphis Tennessee Garrison: The Remarkable Story of a Black Appalachian Woman edited by Ancella R. Bickley and Lynda Ann Ewen); Meredith Sue Willis (At Home in the Heart of Appalachia by John O'Brien); Lana Whited (The Songcatcher by Sharyn McCrumb); Gary R. Boye (Can't You Hear Me Callin': The Life of Bill Monroe by Richard D. Smith); Patricia Lynn Kilby (Bluegrass Odyssey: A Documentary in Pictures and Words, 1966-86 by Carl Fleischhauer and Neil V. Rosenberg).
With the "Signs of the Times" and "Chronicle."