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  Volume 34, Number 4, Fall 2006

Table of Contents

Regular Features

This Issue

p. 3
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This Side of the Mountain

pp. 4-6
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News of the Appalachian Literary Arts

p. 7
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Upcoming Regional Literary Events

p. 8
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Philip van Voorst

p. 112
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Contributors to this issue:

pp. 113-115
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Featured Author

Meredith Sue Willis: Writing Her Own Dispatch

pp. 10-15
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On the Road with C. T. Savage

pp. 16-28
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Reflections on My Friend Sue

pp. 29-32
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From A Space Apart to Oradell at Sea

pp. 33-37
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Gaining the Higher Ground: An Appreciation

pp. 38-45
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Poetry

Devil's Walking Cane

p. 9
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Rattlesnake Cane

p. 46
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32, from Littlefoot

p. 54
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Her Secret Dream

pp. 58-59
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Bear-Black

p. 66
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Inarticulate, 1908

p. 74
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Drawing Water

pp. 78-79
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Fall in Jenkins

p. 97
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Spring Creek Elegy

pp. 110-111
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What If?

p. 116
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Memoirs

Strip Mining Comes to Big Creek

pp. 67-73
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Fried Pies, Chess Pie and Egg Custard Pie

pp. 75-77
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Fiction

Sawmill Boys

pp. 47-53
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Harmon Jackson

pp. 55-57
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The Miner's Friend

pp. 60-65
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New Appalachian Books: Reviews

High Lonesome: on the Poetry of Charles Wright (review)

pp. 80-86
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Coming to Rest (review)

pp. 87-89
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Appalachian Studies: Poems, and: Can a Democrat get into Heaven? Politics, Religion & Other Things You Ain't Supposed to Talk About (review)

pp. 90-94
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The World Made Straight: A Novel (review)

pp. 94-96
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New Appalachian Books: Write-Ups

pp. 98-109
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