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Contributors to this issue

Contributors to this issue Randy Ball is a photographer and musician from Rogersville, Tennessee George Brosi is the proprietor of Appalachian Mountain Books and a teacher of English with UK, EKU, and Kentucky's community college system Marjorie Bixler gardens and writes in Louisville, Kentucky Tina Rae Collins is an administrative assistant for the Brushy Fork Institute in Berea, Kentucky, and the author offour books Clark Dimond is a writer, editor, actor, musician, producer and proprietor of CD Recording Studio, in Gardner, Colorado Norma Ramsey Eversole is a retired Rockcastle County, Kentucky, teacher and a veteran of the Hindman Writers' Workshop Debbie Hodson isfrom Emmalena, Kentucky, the mother offour sons and currently at work on a children's book manuscript William Jolliff is a professor of English at George Fox University in Oregon Loyal Jones is a long-time scholar, writer and teacher ofAppalachian cultural studies John Cantey Knight is from Métairie, Louisiana, and has won numerous awards for his poetry Walter Lane is a writer and social services professionalfrom Pike County, Kentucky Lena McNicholas graduatedfrom Radford Univesity in 1958 and now exercises her passion for writing in Abingdon, Virginia Laura Minter is from Crab Orchard, West Virginia, and a senior English major at Berea College Marshall Myers is a professor of English at Eastern Kentucky University David Nelson is professor and chairman ofthe Department ofHistory at Berea College Chuck Pearson is an EMT technician in Jackson County, Kentucky Ralph Price is a photographer and writer living in Colorado's Sangre de Cristo range Steve Rhodes is a Presbyterian minister and author who lives on a farm in Berea, William Richardson holds a PhD. in evolutionary biology from the University of California, Irvine, and a MA. in American Studiesfrom Pennsylvania State University Pia Seagrave is a professor of English at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. Noel Smith is a New Yorker who has had a close affinity with Eastern Kentucky ever since serving as a social worker with the Frontier Nursing Service in Leslie County. Tony Smith was the 1999 Plattner Award winner for non-fiction prose and lives in Rockcastle County, Kentucky Sarah Stockton isfrom Morgantown, Indiana, and a senior in Spanish at Berea College Jamie Griggs Tevis is a native of Union City, Kentucky, now living in Athens, Ohio Corvin Thomas is a television journalist, currently living in Atlanta, Georgia Barbara Wade is a professor of English at Berea College Mike Wilson has published poetry and stories in little magazines including Kentucky Rusty Freeman lives and writes in Johnstown, Ohio Pudding House Magazine and Thema and in an anthology, Summer's Love, Winter's Discontent Shannon Wilson is the Berea College archivist Chris Wood is a West Virginian currently living in Albany, Georgia. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Appalachian Review University of North Carolina Press

Contributors to this issue

Appalachian Review , Volume 29 (2) – Jan 8, 2001

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Abstract

Randy Ball is a photographer and musician from Rogersville, Tennessee George Brosi is the proprietor of Appalachian Mountain Books and a teacher of English with UK, EKU, and Kentucky's community college system Marjorie Bixler gardens and writes in Louisville, Kentucky Tina Rae Collins is an administrative assistant for the Brushy Fork Institute in Berea, Kentucky, and the author offour books Clark Dimond is a writer, editor, actor, musician, producer and proprietor of CD Recording Studio, in Gardner, Colorado Norma Ramsey Eversole is a retired Rockcastle County, Kentucky, teacher and a veteran of the Hindman Writers' Workshop Debbie Hodson isfrom Emmalena, Kentucky, the mother offour sons and currently at work on a children's book manuscript William Jolliff is a professor of English at George Fox University in Oregon Loyal Jones is a long-time scholar, writer and teacher ofAppalachian cultural studies John Cantey Knight is from Métairie, Louisiana, and has won numerous awards for his poetry Walter Lane is a writer and social services professionalfrom Pike County, Kentucky Lena McNicholas graduatedfrom Radford Univesity in 1958 and now exercises her passion for writing in Abingdon, Virginia Laura Minter is from Crab Orchard, West Virginia, and a senior English major at Berea College Marshall Myers is a professor of English at Eastern Kentucky University David Nelson is professor and chairman ofthe Department ofHistory at Berea College Chuck Pearson is an EMT technician in Jackson County, Kentucky Ralph Price is a photographer and writer living in Colorado's Sangre de Cristo range Steve Rhodes is a Presbyterian minister and author who lives on a farm in Berea, William Richardson holds a PhD. in evolutionary biology from the University of California, Irvine, and a MA. in American Studiesfrom Pennsylvania State University Pia Seagrave is a professor of English at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. Noel Smith is a New Yorker who has had a close affinity with Eastern Kentucky ever since serving as a social worker with the Frontier Nursing Service in Leslie County. Tony Smith was the 1999 Plattner Award winner for non-fiction prose and lives in Rockcastle County, Kentucky Sarah Stockton isfrom Morgantown, Indiana, and a senior in Spanish at Berea College Jamie Griggs Tevis is a native of Union City, Kentucky, now living in Athens, Ohio Corvin Thomas is a television journalist, currently living in Atlanta, Georgia Barbara Wade is a professor of English at Berea College Mike Wilson has published poetry and stories in little magazines including Kentucky Rusty Freeman lives and writes in Johnstown, Ohio Pudding House Magazine and Thema and in an anthology, Summer's Love, Winter's Discontent Shannon Wilson is the Berea College archivist Chris Wood is a West Virginian currently living in Albany, Georgia.

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Appalachian ReviewUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Jan 8, 2001

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