William Kelley Woolfitt (Author)
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Beauty Strip considers the landscapes and living things of Appalachia, protests the industrialization that leaves ruin in its wake, and celebrates the human capacity to remake, redeem, and find shelters and homes. Part sketchbook, part dreambook, Beauty Strip maps and ruminates on, haunts and is haunted by, the mountaintop removal sites and mill towns, the salt-works and bloomeries, that have scarred the land from West Virginia to Virginia to Tennessee.
About the Author
William Kelley Woolfitt is a resident of Cleveland, Tennessee, USA. He has worked as a camp counselor, bookseller, ballpark peanuts vendor, and teacher of computer literacy to senior citizens.
- Contributor: William Kelley Woolfitt
- Imprint: Texas Review Press
- ISBN13: 9781680030105
- Number of Pages: 80
- Packaged Dimensions: 140x216mm
- Format: Paperback
- Publisher: Texas Review Press
- Release Date: 2015-01-30
- Binding: Paperback / softback
- Biography: William Kelley Woolfitt is a resident of Cleveland, Tennessee, USA. He has worked as a camp counselor, bookseller, ballpark peanuts vendor, and teacher of computer literacy to senior citizens.
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