Amanda Nelson selected What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia as one of the top books of 2018. She discusses this title along with others she selected during a segment of NPR's On Point. The program also lists "best of" book selections from other guests as well as listeners.
The Marco Eagle ran a substantial list of reading options that make good gift ideas this holiday season, and Elizabeth Catte's What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia made the cut in the "General Non-Fiction" category.
Belt's Rust Belt Tarot Deck was chosen by Cleveland Scene as part of their 2018 Cleveland Gift Guide. The guide says: "If you're struggling to hit that sweet spot of a gift that combines original art, the Rust Belt and centuries-old occult practices, Belt Publishing has you covered."
What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia has been included on Skokie Public Library's list of 2018 Staff Picks: Nonfiction. "I wanted an antidote to J.D. Vance and his dominant narrative about the white working class voters of Appalachia, and luckily, historian Elizabeth Catte wrote a slim volume that counters it powerfully ..."