A Happy Holiday Note

We here at Appalachia Bare hope the holiday season brought everyone warmth and togetherness. We wish all our readers, subscribers, and submitters a healthy, happy, safe New Year.

Appalachia Bare will take a brief hiatus and will return January 18, 2022. We’ll use this time to perform a little website maintenance and to strategize for new content. Our goal is to (hopefully) bring better reading and viewing experiences.

In the meantime, feel free to peruse our site’s articles/ galleries (numbering 235). To begin your exploration, we’re listing our staff’s top five pieces below:

 

Delonda Anderson
Chief Editor

  1. “Something Beyond Reason, Not Ordinary” – Appalachia’s Folklore Creatures, Part 1
  2. “Devil in Appalachia – The Bloodthirsty Harpe Brothers”
  3. “The Ballad of Barbara Allen”
  4. “Never Say ‘Pig’ on a Boat” – Appalachia’s Superstitions and Old Wives’ Tales
  5. “Dead Without a Word: The Mysterious Assassination of John Kincaid”

 

Edward Francisco
Associate Editor

  1. “Sin Eater”
  2. “The Terror of Kudzu”
  3. “An Interview with George Brosi”
  4. “Appalachian Outlaws – A Brand of Their Own”
  5. “Virgil Davis – A Memory”

 

Grant Mincy
Science and Environmental Scholar

  1. “Spirits Rooted to the Soil”
  2. “A Night on the Obed”
  3. “The Heron”
  4. “Flowers of Darkness”
  5. “Resiliency”

 

Tom Anderson
Admin Virtuoso

  1. “Black in Appalachia”
  2. “Tuckaleechee Caverns”
  3. “Look Ma, no glove!” – The Tennessee Association of Vintage Baseball
  4. “The Battle of King’s Mountain, October 7, 1780”
  5. “Appalachian Transplant”

 

1 Comment

  1. Happy New Year and thanks for all of your hard work writing, editing, and administering Appalachia Bare!

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