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  Volume 33, Number 2, Spring 2005

Table of Contents

Regular Features

This Side of the Mountain

pp. 3-5
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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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Contributors to This Issue

pp. 102-103
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Featured Author—Michael McFee

Visitation

p. 8
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Ringing His Being: An Overview of Michael McFee's Career

pp. 9-13
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Poet Reading

p. 14
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At Grandfather's Grave, Again

pp. 15-21
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A-Frame House

p. 22
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Coming Down From Pisgah: A Memoir of Michael McFee

pp. 23-25
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Gone

p. 26
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Lucky Mornings

pp. 27-28
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Electric Blanket

p. 29
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"This Is Paradise": Michael McFee's Poems About Heaven

pp. 30-35
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The Signs

p. 36
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Speech to the 2005 Appalachian Studies Association

Mountaintop Removal and the Destruction of Appalachia

pp. 37-40
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Fiction

Gypsy Quiet

pp. 45-50
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Marked

pp. 52-56
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Memoir

Morning Glories

pp. 42-43
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A Collection of Pound Cakes

pp. 58-62
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A Real Man's Hands

pp. 65-71
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Poetry

Early April, 1977

p. 41
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Crying

p. 4
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History

p. 51
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Minor Note

p. 57
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Night River

pp. 63-64
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Childhood: For My Mother

p. 72
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Level Playing Field

pp. 86-87
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Sign

p. 101
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Ants

p. 104
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New Appalachian Books: Reviews

Blood and Bone Remember: Poems from Appalachia by Jane Hicks, and: Vivid Companion by Irene McKinney (review)

pp. 73-76
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Madness Like Morning Glories by Doris Davenport (review)

pp. 77-78
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The Serpent and the Spirit: Glenn Summerford's Story by Thomas Burton (review)

pp. 79-84
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The Tangled Roots of Feminism, Environmentalism, and Appalachian Literature by Elizabeth S. D. Engelhardt (review)

pp. 84-85
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New Appalachian Books: Write-Ups

pp. 88-100
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