Appalachian Places: Stories from the Highlands
Appalachian Places digital magazine continues our Center's long tradition of highlighting the people, places, cultures, ideas, and issues relating to the Appalachian Region.
Appalachian Places builds on the legacy of of the print magazine, Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine, which the Center published for 32 years. Appalachian Places publishes a wide range of content, including news and feature articles, essays, interviews, poetry, photo essays, book and music reviews, and fiction. Submissions must relate to the Appalachian region or to issues and themes shared by highland regions around the world. Submissions must relate to the Appalachian region or to issues and themes shared by highland regions around the world. Submissions and inquiries are welcome.
Access the magazine at appalachianplaces.org
Questions about the magazine may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submission guidelines and a form for inquiries may be found on the Appalachian Places website.
Mark Rutledge, Managing Editor
Ron Roach, Chair and Professor, Department of Applachian Studies, Director, Center of Excellence for Appalachian Studies and Serivices
Rebecca Adkins-Fletcher, Assistant Director Center of Excellence for Appalachian Studies and Services, Associate Professor Department of Appalachian Studies
Jesse Graves, Poetry Editor, Poet in Residence, Professor, Department of Literature and Language
Becky Parsons, Editorial Assistant, Graduate Assistant, ETSU Master's Canidate in Brand and Media Strategy
Leslie Smith, Executive Aide, Center of Excellence for Appalachian Studies and Services