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Reflections On The New River

Author: Chris Arvidson,
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476619530
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From its headwaters in western North Carolina near the Tennessee line, the New River runs north 337 miles, cutting through the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia and West Virginia on its way to the Ohio. No big cities inhabit its banks—just a few small towns along the way—and it carries no significant commercial traffic. The age of the New is debated, but it is certainly one of the world’s oldest rivers, predating the Atlantic Ocean. This anthology assembles history, poetry, essays and stories by writers who have been inspired by the ancient and secluded stream, and from those whose lives are connected to its flow. Contributors hail from Ashe, Alleghany, Watauga and Wilkes counties in North Carolina, as well as Virginia and West Virginia.

The Love Of Baseball

Author: Chris Arvidson
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476630321
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 Written by and for baseball fans (or those trying to live with one), this collection of essays joins a perennial conversation all fans have—“Why do we love baseball?” Thirty contributors share personal narratives of how they found an abiding passion for the sport and how their relationship to it changed over the years. Tracing the thematic arc of a typical season, the essays begin with stories of spring training optimism, followed by the guts and grind of the regular season, and ending with the glory (or heartbreak) of the playoffs.

Chocolate Pie And Hard Cheese

Author: Pattie Hamilton
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 059531709X
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A collection of miscellaneous writings by Pattie Tarlton Polsgrove Hamilton reflecting her life and her love for her family.

Dais

Author: Francis Klein
Publisher: Finishing Line Press
ISBN: 9781635340921
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Ballroom dance, biography and the Bible inspire Francis Klein's poems in Dais. Klein interweaves dance rhythms, life stories, and personal reflections to create poems with resonant patterns.