Volume 35, Number 2, Spring 2007

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—Elizabeth Ellison

p. 120
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Contributors to this issue

pp. 121-123
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Featured Author—Earl Hamner

A Journey That Continues to Ennoble

pp. 8-17
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Welcome to My Garden

p. 18
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Mentor and Friend

pp. 19-20
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Mint

p. 21
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A Dogwood Memory

pp. 22-24
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Where the Backyard Used to Be

p. 25
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The Hunt

pp. 26-41
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Spring

p. 42
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A Role Model Worth Having

pp. 43-45
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Clouds

p. 46
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Portrait of the Artist as an Appalachian Writer

pp. 47-55
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Fiction

A Good Pine

pp. 57-63
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Article

Jane Smiley's Divell Theorie

pp. 65-71
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Those Who Came

pp. 74-79
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Memoir

My Daddy's Kiss

pp. 81-85
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Lye Soap is Certainly No Lie

pp. 88-89
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Poetry

The Water Witch on Salvation

p. 56
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The Road to Happiness

p. 64
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Yellow Finches

pp. 72-73
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Lord What's-His-Name

p. 80
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Buffalo Gal

pp. 86-87
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Appalachian Water Music #42

p. 90
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Nantahala

p. 100
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Give It Time

p. 119
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Aunt Verdie's Fountain of Youth

p. 124
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New Appalachian Books: Reviews

Blood Kin by Mark Powell (review)

pp. 91-93
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On Agate Hill by Lee Smith (review)

pp. 94-96
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Blind Singer Joe's Blues by Robert Love Taylor (review)

pp. 97-99
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New Appalachian Books: Write-Ups

pp. 101-118
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