restricted access   Volume 45, Number 4, Fall 2017

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

pp. 5-6
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Featured Author: Maurice Manning

Poetry

The Tall Book

pp. 7-19
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The Truth on Three Lick Creek

p. 20
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Little Grey Feather Tinged with Red or Blood

p. 21
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People of Sensibility

p. 22
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Reading a Book in the Woods

p. 23
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Love Poem

p. 24
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The Way

p. 25
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Sublimity

pp. 26-27
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Chicken Bristle

pp. 28-29
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An Iron Ring Fastened to a Rail in the Barn

pp. 30-31
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Why I Am Not a Stoic

pp. 32-33
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Craft Essay

Wallace Stevens: Hillbilly Deluxe

pp. 34-56
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Interview

An Appalachian Heritage Interview: Maurice Manning

pp. 47-58
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Fiction

Fish and Wildlife

pp. 66-81
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This Must Be the Place

pp. 86-88
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My Side

pp. 90-104
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Creative Nonfiction

Yoke

pp. 59-63
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A Country of Edges

pp. 114-133
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Poetry

Here, and: Walking Into Winter

pp. 64-65
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The Leap, and: The Boy and the Rafter, and: Monongahela, Allegheny Coal Field

pp. 82-85
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Styling My Hair, I Dream of Ben Franklin

p. 89
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Hay Roll Calving

p. 109
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Study in Empty Bottles, and: And Then There Were Tomatoes

pp. 110-113
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Halfway Between NYC and Miami

p. 134
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Book Review

Eyes Glowing at the Edge of the Woods: Fiction and Poetry from West Virginia ed. by Laura Long & Doug Van Gundy (review)

pp. 135-137
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Contributors

pp. 138-140
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