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Voices From The Rust Belt Reviewed in Pittsburgh Quarterly

Voices From The Rust Belt

Voices From The Rust Belt Reviewed in Pittsburgh Quarterly

Belt founder Anne Trubek's Voices From The Rust Belt is reviewed in the most recent Pittsburgh Quarterly. "The wide range of pieces creates a mosaic of the region that you’re unlikely to find in any other venue. The voices can be blunt, crabby or sappy; some are lyrical and evocative; others are wonky and earnest...

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Elizabeth Catte at the Southern Foodways Summer Symposium

Elizabeth Catte What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia

Elizabeth Catte at the Southern Foodways Summer Symposium

Elizabeth Catte presented at the 2018 Southern Foodways Summer Symposium in Lexington, Kentucky, where she spoke of Dollywood, stereotypes, her grandfather, and, of course, “What You’re Getting Wrong About Appalachia.”

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55 Strong Book Release Party - Friday, August 3

55 Strong Book Release Party - Friday, August 3

Meet some of the authors/contributors and hear readings and firsthand experiences at the release party for 55 Strong: Inside The West Virginia Teachers' Strike.

Friday, August 3 at 123 Pleasant Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.

FREE!

Party begins at 6 p.m.

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Red State Blues Excerpt in Literary Hub

Red State Blues

Red State Blues Excerpt in Literary Hub

Literary Hub included an excerpt from Belt's book, Red State Blues: Stories from Midwestern Life on the Left.

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What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia in LA Times

What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia

What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia in LA Times

Reviews of our books are always nice to receive. We tend to prefer to receive positive ones (who doesn't?), but this one from Leah Hampton in the Los Angeles Times is nicer than most.

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