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  Volume 34, Number 3, Summer 2006

Table of Contents

Regular Features

This Issue

p. 3
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This Side of the Mountain

pp. 4-5
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News of the Appalachian Literary Arts

p. 6
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Upcoming Regional Literary Events

p. 7
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Featured Artist—Sarah Hasty Williams: Sarah Hasty Williams

p. 123
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Contributors to this issue:

pp. 124-127
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Featured Author—Jeff Mann

And They Thought He Was Quare

pp. 8-9
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Mountain Mann: A Biographical Sketch

pp. 10-12
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Mountain Modes: Seven Dulcimer Poems

pp. 13-21
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Writing a New World

pp. 22-23
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Making and Taking Space for Mountaineer Queers: A Talk Given at the 2006 Associated Writing Programs Conference in Austin, Texas

pp. 24-27
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An Appreciation of His Literary Work

pp. 28-31
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A Visit from Jeff Mann

pp. 32-33
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Poetry

Horse Fiddle

p. 34
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On the Theory of the Big Bang as the Origin of the Universe

p. 46
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Singing to the Corn

p. 51
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Black Mountain Breakdown

p. 61
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An old coal tipple [ unchained ]

p. 76
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Sad Streaks and Weepy Meringues

p. 84
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Raspberries

p. 89
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22, from Littlefoot

p. 99
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The Terror of Kudzu

pp. 120-122
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The Spirit of Farming

p. 128
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Memoir

Honey Bees, Birch Sap and Candy

pp. 85-88
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Articles

Virtual Hillbilly: Musings on JT LeRoy by a Flesh-and-Blood West Virginian

pp. 35-45
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"I stay a little bit angry": Portrait of Helen Lewis, Activist Teacher

pp. 52-60
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The Musicians of the Mine Wars

pp. 62-75
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Fiction

Ruminants

pp. 47-50
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Powerball

pp. 77-83
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New Appalachian Books: Reviews

Crooked Run: Poems (review)

pp. 90-92
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The United States of Appalachia: How Southern Mountaineers Brought Independence, Culture, And Enlightenment To America (review)

pp. 93-98
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New Appalachian Books: Write-Ups

pp. 100-119
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Research Areas

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