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  Volume 41, Number 3, Summer 2013

Table of Contents

Regular Features

Illustrations

pp. 3-119
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This Magazine

p. 2
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The 2012 Denny C. Plattner Awards

p. 8
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This Issue

p. 10
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Towards a Kentucky Land Use Policy

pp. 11-12
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New Book Notes

pp. 98-109
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The Pine Mountain Settlement School Centennial Photography Exhibit

p. 113
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Contributors to This Issue

pp. 116-118
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Featured Author: David Huddle

Ancient Map

p. 13
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David Huddle, A Versatile Author with Deep Roots in the New River Valley

pp. 15-20
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Trotlines

pp. 22-23
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The Many Voices of David Huddle

pp. 25-27
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Putrid and Sublime

pp. 28-33
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Stopping by the Classroom: Teaching David Huddle’s Poetry

pp. 35-40
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Evidence Contributing to a Late Illumination

pp. 42-43
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New River, New Verse: The Shifting Nature of David Huddle’s Poetry

pp. 44-50
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Even Then I Knew

pp. 52-53
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Ashes

p. 55
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Everyone’s Invited to the Next Huddle Family Reunion

pp. 56-61
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Also

pp. 62-63
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Poetry

The Revelator’s Namesake

pp. 64-65
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June Homecoming at Cades Cove

p. 77
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The Perique: (The Most Strongly Flavored of All Tobaccos)

pp. 90-91
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Guard the Night

p. 96
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Summer Rain

pp. 110-111
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Death of the New Hope Baptist Church

pp. 114-115
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Time’s Weave

p. 120
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Fiction

Rain

pp. 67-76
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Essay

To Break the Silence

pp. 79-84
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Book Reviews

The Embattled Wilderness: The Natural and Human History of the Robinson Forest and the Fight for Its Future by Erik Reece and James J. Krupa (review)

pp. 86-89
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Pickering’s Mountain by Joseph Anthony (review)

pp. 93-95
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