When Nativism, Racial Animosity and Climate Change Go Unchecked: An Interview with Jocelyn Nicole Johnson

An interview with Jocelyn Nicole Johnson about the novella and short story collection “My Monticello.”

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Everyday Folkways in the Mountain State: Emily Hilliard’s “Making Our Future”

A review of Emily Hilliard’s new book, “Making Our Future: Visionary Folklore and Everyday Culture in Appalachia.”

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Perish: Part Curse, Part Cautionary Tale

LaToya Watkins’ debut novel is a multigenerational family drama that illustrates how each of us has the potential to unearth what has buried us.

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“Trashlands” Explores the Possibilities of a Worst-Case Climate Scenario

A review of Alison Stine’s novel, “Trashlands.”

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The Exterior Is Not What It Seems in “Blessing the Exoskeleton”

Andrew Hemmert’s “Blessing the Exoskeleton” is a collection of witty, meditative poems mixed with serious contemplative works.

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Past, Present, and Future in Annie Woodford’s “Where You Come from Is Gone”

A review of Annie Woodford’s “Where You Come from Is Gone.”

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“We Need To Be Able To Exist in our Fullness and Wholeness”: An Interview with Mariah M.

An interview with Mariah M., poet, teaching artist, and organizer in Greensboro, North Carolina. This conversation is the first in the “Not Abandon, but Abide” series.

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