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Special Collections and University Archives Resources for APS1704: Appalachian Literature & Art (about fiction, non-fiction, journals, & printing)

Resources for APS1704 at Virginia Tech Special Collections and online through Virginia Tech and other institutions.

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Books & Journals

  • ALCA-lines: Newsletter of the Assembly on the Literature and Culture of Appalachia, v.4, no. 1. Call Number: PS 537 A42 Spec Large
  • Encyclopedia of Appalachia, 2006. Call Number: F 106 E53 2006 Spec Large
  • Kirk, Stephen. Scribblers: Stalking the Authors of Appalachia, c2004. Call Number: PS 266 N8 K57 2004 Spec Small
  • Satterwhite, Emily. Dear Appalachia: Readers, Identity, and Popular Fiction Since 1878, c.2011. Call Number: PS 286 A6 S28 2011 Spec Large
  • Vande Brake, Katherine. How They Shine: Melungeon Characters in the Fiction of Appalachia, 2001. Call Number: PS 286 A6 V36 2001 Spec Large

Manuscript Collections

Media

  • Tell It on the Mountains: Appalachian Women Writers, 1995 [sound recording]. Call Number: Cassette 536. Please note: Special Collections does have equipment to listen to this audio recording.