Publishers Weekly says What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia " succeeds in providing a richer, more complex view of a much-maligned region." Read the full review here and preorder your copy.
Jon C. Teaford reviews the city anthology series in the Fall 2017 edition of Middle West Review: "These volumes deserve a broad audience. They transport the reader to significant places off the beaten track of the prevailing national consciousness. Future volumes on other Rust Belt cities can only further broaden awareness of the region and expose the riches that rest among the rust of post-industrial America." View Belt's entire city anthology series here.
“What I can do is sort of offer this history, and say, 'Hey, these problems are ecological but they’re also historical,'" he says. “How can we bring that into the conversation to provide solutions that are watershed solutions?" Hear how Ryan Schnurr answers that question in this interview from NPR.
John Wilson of Christianity Today calls Ryan Schnurr's In The Watershed "short but not superficial, poignant but animated by a stubborn hope." Order your copy here.