Echoes Across the Blue Ridge (Paperback)

Stories, Essays and Poems By Writers Living in and Inspired by the Southern Appalachian Mountains

By Nancy Simpson (Editor), Robert Morgan (Introduction By), Kathryn Stripling Byer (Contributor)

Winding Path Publishing, 9781450701525, 238pp.

Publication Date: July 6, 2010

List Price: 16.00*
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An anthology of new writing from the Southern Appalachian mountians. With an introduction by Robert Morgan.

Contributors are:

Ellen Andrews

Richard Argo

Glenda Barrett

Glenda Beall

Jo Carolyn Beebe

Janet Benway

Joan Thiel Blessing

Rachel T. Bronnum

Kathryn Stripling Byer

John T. Campbell

Gary Carden

Nancy Sales Cash

James M. Cox

Thomas Rain Crowe

Paul Donovan

Robert Edward Fahey

Jayne Jaudon Ferrer

Debora Kinsland Foerst

Joyce Foster

Karen Gilfillan

Gerri Wolfe Grady

Steven Harvey

Lana Hendershott

Eugene Hirsch

Sam Hoffer

Karen Paul Holmes

Tom Hooker

Kitty Inman

Carl Iobst

George Ivey

Mary Michelle Brodine Keller

Eileen Lampe

Blanche Ledford

Brenda Kay Ledford

Susan Lefler

StarShield Lortie

John Malone

Gail Maye

Marshall McClung

Jennifer McGaha

Mary Lou McKillip

Dick Michener

Maren O. Mitchell

Robert Morgan

Janice Townley Moore

Clarence Lee Newton

Arnie Nielson

Nancy Purcell

Betty Jameron Reed

William V. Reynolds

Estelle Rice

Mary Ricketson

Judy Roney

Rosemary Royston

Peg Russell

Bettie M. Sellers

Nancy Simpson

Linda M. Smith

Susan Snowden

Dorothea Spiegel

Wendy Richard Tanner

Carole Richard Thompson

Shirley Uphouse

J.C. Walkup

Cecily Hamlin Wells

Eleanor Lambert Wilson

Charlotte Wolf

Jane J. Young

Praise For Echoes Across the Blue Ridge: Stories, Essays and Poems By Writers Living in and Inspired by the Southern Appalachian Mountains

"Straight from the land of sky, song,and story, another dynamite collection -- strong and surprising -- these mountain writers know how to howl at the moon!"--Lee Smith

"Anyone who enjoys Appalachian Literature will be delighted by this excellent anthology, particularly because it introduces the reader to a number of our region's gifted though lesser-known writers. Bravo!" -- Ron Rash