Fine and Performing Arts Honors
Date of Award
Mark D. Baumgartner
Thesis Professor Department
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Scott R. Honeycutt
Appalachian writing brings a voice to the region that is often obstructed or excluded by popular culture throughout the United States. Crowded with stereotypes, many stories of Appalachian culture are misconstrued or never heard at all. This makes the work of modern Appalachian writers especially significant. Perhaps one of the best ways to reach a broader audience of people in this fast-paced digital time is through shorter writings, and in this thesis I will be presenting my process of writing modern flash fiction and poetry and of sharing the truths of working class, Appalachian people.
East Tennessee State University
Honors Thesis - Open Access
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License.Recommended Citation
Johnson, Sharolyn Shae, "Castle Building: Contemporary Poetry and Flash Fiction from Appalachia" (2021). Undergraduate Honors Theses. Paper 611. https://dc.etsu.edu/honors/611
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