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JOHN B. STEPHENSON, Berea College President , is the author of three books, the latest of which is Ford, a book about a small town in Scotland. He has done extensive writing and speaking about Appalachia . ALBERT STEWART lives in Hindman, Kentucky, and keeps busy writing poetry, doing guest lectures, and assisting with workshops and publications. He is founding editor of Appalachian Heritage. JAMES STILL, distinguished author and poet, received a grant from the Kentucky Humanities Council this year which enables him to visit schools in a five-county area in eastern Kentucky to meet with students. He has a new book forthcoming from the University of Kentucky Press, sponsored by Foxfire, Inc. RUDY THOMAS, school administrator and poet, is the author of one book of poetry, The Ground of Memory, and helped compile Uneven Ground, an anthology for school teachers and students. BILLY EDD North Carolina, writer. WHEELER lives in Swannanoa, He is a noted playwright and songSynapse How the curve always turns us back up the cove following the old wagon road, its ruts a faint imprint beneath the new grass stretching toward the zigzag of rail fence where fog clouds the fields beyond: we glimpse the deer, a doe and her fawn, poised on this boundary before leaping: what receives them we do not see, only the rise and fall of their going, the arc of act into memory. -Jeff Daniel Marion 112 ...


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