Volume 16, Numbers 2 & 3, Spring/Summer 1988

Table of Contents

From: Appalachian Heritage

Previous Issue Next Issue

This Side of the Mountain

p. 3
|

"A Lasting, High and Happy Memory . . .": —Ben Johnson (1603)

pp. 4-6
|

Blessed . . . Blessed

pp. 7-12
|

After Some Twenty Years Attempting to Describe A Flowering Branch of Redbud, and: Unemployed Coal Miner

p. 13
|

Tribute to James Still

p. 13
|

The Days

pp. 14-16
|

Hand-Me-Down-Days

p. 17
|

A Time For Dying

pp. 18-20
|

Homestead

p. 20
|

Dying Back, and: Out of Ashes, Peace Will Rise

p. 21
|

Mossie and the Strippers

pp. 22-25
|

Gristle

pp. 26-27
|

Vision, and: Beech Mountain Rises

pp. 28-29
|

Cheap

pp. 30-36
|

Autobiography

p. 36
|

Memory

p. 37
|

The Way, and: The Letter, and: Journey Into Autumn, and: The Deer Meadow

pp. 38-40
|

Hitler's Children: (A "piece" from Crazy Quilt, a novel-in-progress)

pp. 41-43
|

Transparency, and: Clashing

pp. 44-45
|

At Junaluska's Grave: (Graham County, N.C., 1986)

p. 46
|

A Walk on the Hill

pp. 47-52
|

The Line

pp. 53-55
|

Watching the Stars Fall and: Journey Proud

p. 56
|

An Interview with Lee Smith

pp. 57-60
|

His Father's Grave

p. 60
|

Inch Worm, and: The Three Ferns

pp. 61-62
|

Addie Ledford

pp. 63-65
|

Summer Squash

p. 65
|

Bus, and: All The Women Say, and: Advice, and: Reclamation, and: Life as a Poet, and: Political Lowku, and: Set An Ugly President

pp. 66-69
|

Family Land

pp. 70-74
|

The Element of Danger in Stories About Log Rafting

pp. 75-81
|

Born Modest

pp. 82-86
|

If Freedom Can Be Won (For Hywel Francis)

p. 86
|

A Lover to Winter, and: Sarvis Trees, Easter Morning

pp. 87-88
|

From Whimmydiddles To Where We Are: An Opinionated Study Of Appalachian Craft Design

pp. 89-94
|

The Cleaning

pp. 95-98
|

One Yellow, Foppish Tough

p. 98
|

The Gifts of the Spirit

pp. 99-100
|

Hauntings

p. 101
|

The Medium

p. 101
|

New Appalachian Books

pp. 102-109
|

Contributors

pp. 110-112
|

Synapse

p. 112
|