Volume 38 No. 2-3

Volume: 
38
Number: 
2-3
Issue: 
Winter-Spring
Year: 
2011
Price: 
$20 each

VOLUME 38, NUMBERS 2-3 (WINTER/SPRING 2011)

SIGNS OF THE TIMES (with illustrations by Boyd Carr)...148

TO THE EDITOR by Chris Bolgiano...164

"Straddling Two Worlds": Interview with Ann Pancake by Robert Gipe...170

"Never Thot This Could Happen in the South!" The Anti-Lynching Advocacy of Appalachian Newspaper Editor Bruce Crawford by Alexander S. Leidholdt ... 198

They Know Their Place by Fred Chappell...234

From the AppalJ Archives...233

Roundtable Discussion of Appalachia: A History of Mountains and People by Jamie Ross & Ross Spears

  • Cultural Ecology, From the Ground Up by Douglas Reichert Powell...246
  • Appalachian Consilience by Geoffrey L. Buckley...252
  • A History of Resilience is a History of Resistence by Melissa Ooten...255
  • Emphasizing Connections and Avoiding Guilt: The Rhetoric of Appalachia by Elizabeth Giddens...259
  • Leaving Home and the Silencing of Self by Roger Guy...264
  • New Ground and Old Fields: Response to Appalachia by Amy Tipton Cortner...266
  • Response to Appalachia: Flattened Terrain by Anna Creadick...268

Review Essay "The Sweet, Dark Center": The Poetry of Cathy Smith Bowers
by Fred Chappell...276

REVIEWS
Conrad Ostwalt on Them That Believe: The Power and Meaning of the Christian Serpent-Handling Tradition by Ralph W. Hood Jr. and W. Paul Williamson...296

Meredith Doster on An American Gospel: On Family, History, and the Kingdom of God by Erik Reece...298

Susan Underwood on Shadow Box by Fred Chappell...299

Pauletta Hansel on The Candle I Hold Up to See You by Cathy Smith Bowers...303

Joyce Dyer on From Banner Elk to Boonville by Allen Paul Speer...306

John C. Inscoe on Power in the Blood: A Family Narrative by Linda Tate...310

Anne E. Chesky on How We Talked and Common Folks by Verna May Slone...313

Richard Graham on The Lacuna by Barbara Kingsolver...316

William Jolliff on Motif (vol. 1) Writing By Ear: An Anthology of Writings About Music edited by Marianne Worthington...317

David Wayne Hampton on James Still in Interviews, Oral Histories, and Memoirs edited by Ted Olson and James Still: Critical Essays on the Dean of Appalachian Literature edited by Ted and Kathy H. Olson...321

THE POETS ... 162
Carrying the Farm by Elaine Fowler Palencia...168
Little Brother by Elaine Fowler Palencia...275
Dulcimer by Matthew Haughton...295
Flowered Cove by Tony Reevy...197
The Fortune Telling Book of Dreams by Kimberly O'Connor...325

CHRONICLE ... 326

APPALACHIA BY THE NUMBERS ... 334

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