Appalachia Journal

Appalachia Journal Archive: 2010

February 5, 2016

SUMMER/FALL 2010 appalachia-SF-2010

IN THIS ISSUE: HUT, TWO, THREE, FOUR

  • This Counts as a School Day: Why are some kids free to explore the wild, and others aren’t? Catherine Buni
  • Suckled by the Wolf: A mother ponders the nature of wilderness. Kristine Lane
  • Everyone Who Starts Will Finish: Warren Doyle’s rules for long-distance group hikes. Christine Woodside
  • A Death in Canada, 1896: How it transformed mountaineering. Ron Dart
  • Maps by Hand: The techniques of two early map-makers from the White Mountain Guide. Loren Johnston
  • Quebec’s Weird Frontier: Monts Groulx, an entire earth. Will Kemeza
  • Running the Rope Out: When does a climbing career end? Douglass P. Teschner
  • Ren Zhong Feng and the 1932 American Sikong Expedition: An exercise in armchair mountaineering. Jeffery Parrette

POETRY

  • Sea Turtle! Francis Blessington
  • Visitant Robin Chapman
  • In Praise of Indolence Todd Davis
  • Barranco Camp, Kilimanjaro National Park Marcyn Del Clements
  • The Seagulls James Doyle
  • Luna Moths William Keener
  • In Ragged Tide Waters Kay Mullen
  • More of the Unfinishable Fox Story Mary Oliver
  • Helen Howe Poetry Prize Winner: Banff Robin Chapman

IN EVERY ISSUE

  • The Long Way Home
  • Accidents
  • Alpina
  • News and Notes
  • Research
  • Books of Note
  • Letters
  • A Peak Ahead

AT ANY TIME


WINTER/SPRING 2010 appalachia-WS-2010

IN THIS ISSUE: ON THE ICE

  • Buy this issue
  • Wanted: Austral Summer Workers: Longtime employees of the company that supports the National Science Foundation describe the unique addiction to Antarctica that takes hold. Christine Woodside
  • South Pole, North Country: How it became perfectly natural for so many to work in Antarctica and live in northern New Hampshire. Sally Manikian
  • A Ritual Descent: The winning essay of the Waterman Fund contest. Jeremy Loeb
  • Reaching for Winter Light: Previously unpublished journals and letters of off -trail winter adventures. Guy Waterman, edited and introduced by Laura Waterman
  • Mountaineering Pioneers of the Berkshires: The Alpine Club of Williamstown. Christopher Johnson
  • Tar Heel Pride: North Carolinians build the Mountain-to-Sea Trail. John Manuel
  • The High Places: The reward is not always at the top. Jeffery A. Summit

POETRY

  • Banff Robin Chapman
  • Landscape With Penguins James Doyle
  • Trumping Summer Paul Clifford Fetters
  • Mt. Hood Elegy J.T. Ledbetter
  • A Fox in the Dark Mary Oliver
  • Tracings Ann Taylor
  • Winter Solstice Kim Triedman
  • Autumn Beside The Saco River Parker Towle

IN EVERY ISSUE

  • The Long Way Home
  • Accidents
  • Alpina
  • News and Notes
  • Research
  • Books of Note
  • Letters
  • A Peak Ahead

AT ANY TIME

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