Sunday, March 13, 2011

Podcast Appalachia

Podcast Appalachia is back! In this episode, I look at the life and times of James Still, widely regarded as one of the Appalachian region's greatest writers and poets! Listen here or read a transcript here.


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Regina Johnson said...

I recently came across your blog while I was researching Dr. Thomas Jugarty Hicks of Tennessee.
I am almost certain I have other siblings out there and trying to locate them.
I am from a family of eight girls, who lived in Culberson, county of Cherokee, right outside of Murphy, NC, and not far from Copperhill Tn.
I have read the previous comments, and was heartbroken in knowing how far and long the tentacles of evil have reached into the lives of others. Through conversations with my siblings I have discovered the name of Dr, Hicks being used and decided to research who he was, needless to say I am not the better for it.
If you would kindly post the dates of birth, either girls or boys who are looking for siblings, and know if they have any information regarding the possibility of their birth mother, it would be greatly appreciated. My family was poor, my mother has Cherokee Indian blood, dark hair, about 5"5', slim, married a Johnson.
I believe the daddy of the child features would be, fair, reddish hair, slim, last name Ledford.
My email is

frank said...

Nice blog, but it seems long since you published. Why cant you just come back?