Volume 29 No. 4

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"Roundtable Discussion: A Conversation about Teaching Appalachian Studies," with an Introduction and Reflections by Sandra Hayslette & Chad Berry, includes "'We're All Appalachian'" by Mark Banker, "The Power of Stories" by Steve Fisher, "The Culture and the Classroom" by Roberta Herrin, "Appalachian Literature and Senior Learners" by Marianne Worthington, "The Education of a Sociologist of Appalachia," by Susan H. Ambler, "Hillbilly Trinkets and Doodads" by Grace Toney Edwards, "Faith in Ourselves, Faith in Our Future" by Stephen D. Mooney. Interview with Wilma Dykeman. "Wilma Dykeman: A Bibliography" by Scott Sebok.

Interview with Robert Morgan.

Poetry by Lynn Doyle, Diane Gilliam Fisher, George Scarbrough, Walter Lane, Edwina Pendarvis, George Ella Lyon, John York.

Reviews by Grace McEntee (Davy Crockett's Riproarious Shemales and Sentimental Sisters: Women's Tall Tales from the Crockett Almanacs (1835-1856) by Michael A. Lofaro); Rodger Cunningham (Fools' Parade: A Novel by Davis Grubb); Marianne Worthington (This Is Where We Live: Short Stories by 25 Contemporary North Carolina Writers edited by Michael McFee, and Home and Beyond: An Anthology of Kentucky Short Stories edited by Morris Allen Grubbs); Patrick Bizzaro (Topsoil Road: Poems by Robert Morgan); John Crutchfield (Late Mowing: Poems and Essays by Stephen M. Holt); Lynn Moss Sanders (The Serpent's Tale: Snakes in Folklore and Literature edited by Gregory McNamee); Howard Dorgan (The Roots of Appalachian Christianity: The Life and Legacy of Elder Shubal Stearns by Elder John Sparks).

With the "Signs of the Times" and "Chronicle."


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