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April 2009 Cover
Our April edition celebrates National Poetry Month. On the cover is a detail from "Child's Sin" by Suzanne Stryk from Dan Stryk's Field Notes poetry collection.

April 2009

Volume 16, Number 4

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Regional Poets Celebrate National Poetry Month
Poetry: Natural World Inspires Dan Stryk
Review: Solace and Radiance: The Imaginative Writings of Dan Stryk
Poetry: What Made Rita Sims Quillen Be A Writer?
Poetry: Poetry Comes Later in Life for Warren Harris
Poetry: Linda Parson Marion Speaks From The Heart
Poetry: Jeff Daniel Marion's Publications Are Many
Poetry: Jane Hicks a Wordsmith and a Quilter
Poetry: Edison Jennings Comes from a Family of Readers
Poetry: Dominique Traverse 'Connects' with Readers
Youth Spotlight: Expressing Emotions Through Poetry
Swanay Named Director of Johnson City Library
IN FOCUS: The Art of Suzanne Stryk
'The Big Read' Discussion in Abingdon
Listen as Young Pianist Performs with The Paramount Players
Congress Passes $10 Million Increase to NEA Budget
Local Arts Organizations Urged to Apply for Stimulus Funds
Review: Barter's Four Places
Theatre Bristol's Trivial Pursuits
Review: 'Wide Eyed Garden' at WKRAC
The Big Read: 'Bedtime with Barter'
Arts Depot Joins Virginia's 2009 Time Travelers Program
E-Newsletter Offers Help for NonProfits
A Music Miracle
Traveling Troubadour Tells Tales
IN FOCUS: 'Cat in the Hat' Visits Kingsport Schools
Johnson City Symphony Under Baton of New Conductor
ETSU's Olson Assists PBS Documentary
'Song Of The Mountains' at the Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Va.
J4 wins 'Singing Family Face Off'
Author's Latest Work Is A "Monster' Of A Book
'Drifting Along the Appalachian Trail'
A "Howling' Promotion: Wolf Sculptures to Reflect Abingdon's Heritage
Children's Choral Academy Singers in National Honor Choirs
Arts Festival Celebrates Arts Advocacy Day in Tennessee
'Narnia' Braille Trail Opens in Kingsport
Folklife Handbook Offered Online
An Artist's Perspective

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