Volume 33, Number 3, Summer 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. 106-107
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Featured Author—Gurney Norman

Gurney Norman

pp. 9-15
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Gurney Norman, Kentucky Coal Field Orphan, Is Gurney Stronger Than History, or What?

pp. 16-18
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My Conversation with Gurney Norman

pp. 19-22
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The Ballad of Dan Gibson

pp. 23-25
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The Story of the Story

pp. 26-28
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Death In Lexington

p. 29
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Literary Patriarch for Gurney Norman

pp. 30-31
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The Death of the Double-Minded Man, or Thinking Like a Mountain: Evangelicalism, Counter-Culture, and Strip-Mining in Divine Right's Trip and Kinfolks

pp. 32-38
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Quilt Thread

pp. 39-43
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Fiction

Hoot Owl Holler

pp. 45-52
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Essay

A Hike Into Heaven's Hell

pp. 55-74
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Memoir

Summertime Medley

pp. 76-78
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Poetry

The Only Good Top

p. 8
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A Love Song: The Drawing Knife Speaks to Grandfather

p. 44
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Workman, Workman!

pp. 53-54
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Forgetful of Dirt

p. 75
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hog killing time

p. 79
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Miz Jones

pp. 80-81
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Lesson in Excitement

p. 82
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For Sale

p. 92
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What with Johnny Cash dying

p. 99
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when i first moved to Tennessee

p. 105
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Rooted Things

p. 108
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Appalachian Books: Review Essay

Before the Appalachian Literary Renaissance, There Was Davis Grubb's The Voices of Glory

pp. 83-91
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New Appalachian Books: Review

No Lonesome Road: Selected Prose and Poems (review)

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

pp. 100-104
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